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Hand of Sorrow video contest
The Dutch band Within Temptation has launched a contest where you can make a video for their song Hand of Sorrow that was inspired by the Farseer books. The contest ends the 31st of October and you can only use material they provide on the website. Even if you’re not planning on submitting a video, the site is worth checking out because you can download a live recording of the song.
The Black Symphony website
thePlenty.net is moving
15 Oct, 2008 filed under: Site updates
I’m switching hosts for this site and domain. If the site appears to be down, don’t worry. It might take up to a few days until all the nameservers have been updated—just keep checking back.
We’ll have plenty more room to grow in our new home!
Soldier Son to be published as audio books
From Robin’s livejournal: Recorded Books has agreed to publish audiobook editions of Shaman’s Crossing, Forest Mage and Renegade’s Magic. These will be the first ever English language audio books of Robin’s work. As of yet there are no more details or a release schedule available.
Excerpt from Words Like Coins online
Pat from Fantasy Hotlist has posted an exclusive excerpt from Words Like Coins. The story will be published in full in the upcoming anthology from Subterranean Press called A Fantasy Medley in March 2009. The anthology, which will be a limited edition, is already available for preorders. You can read the excerpt here at Pat’s site if you’re not afraid of spoilers.
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She flew toward the city. The closer she came, the more obvious became its death. The road was not only completely devoid of the lively traffic it had once sustained; at one point, a landslide had sheared the road away entirely. The memory stone still recalled blackly that it had been told to be a road. She could sense the trapped memories of the merchants and soldiers and nomadic traders who had once traversed it still humming in the stone. Grass and moss had not overcome it. The road still shone, black, straight and level as it made its businesslike way to the city. The road still recalled itself as a highway, but no one else in the world did.
from "Ship of Destiny"