Weary and Dented Knights
That armor must be getting heavy. Especially after the knights got into the grog yesterday. Hmm. Must make them helmets extra uncomfortable today. I’m sure the cheers from the crowd will rally our brave warriors. HUZZAH!
You may cheer for more than one knight in a single comment. You may cheer up to three times a day. Tomorrow ends the games. Oh, what a sad time it will be. We’ve had such fun and learned to use forsooth and hark better.
Current Standings: Ghost Knight 56, Knight Aidensdein 54, Stormy Knight 48, Knight of the Whispering Woods 42, Knight of Uber 39, Knights McSquee and Light 32, Knight of the Fae Forest 30, and Gibberish Knight of the Triangle Ottoman 29.
If you missed the rules: the knights score points by you cheering for them. One point for using the knight’s name (ie, Stormy Knight) and one point for using the knight’s special Renaissance word. Each day you cheer, your names gets put into the drawing to win a free ebook of The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear.
Stormy Knight, special word is wherefore (meaning, ‘why’)
Knight of the Whispering Woods, word is S’wounds (meaning ‘wow’)
Ghost Knight, word is hark (meaning ‘hey, listen up’)
Knight of Uber, word is prithee (meaning ‘please’)
Knight McSqee, Protector of Fandom, word is tosspot (meaning ‘drunkard’)
Knight Aidensdein, word is poppet (meaning, ‘child, doll’)
Knight of Fae Forest, word is cutpurse (meaning ‘thief’)
Knight Light, word is pray tell (meaning ‘please tell me’)
Gibberish Knight of the Triangle Ottoman, word is forsooth (meaning ‘indeed’)
Keeping Track of Series Details
Guest Post at Misha’s First Book where I reveal how I keep track of series details.
Miss You Bloghop
Hosted by Andrew Leon, Matthew MacNish, and Alex J. Cavanaugh
The bloggers we really miss…
and the ones we would really miss!
I chose Rek from A Chronicle of Dreams. I miss her enthusiasm, lovely words, and imaginative stories. Come back, Rek!
I would miss every one of you if you drifted away. Some of you do too much. Just pop on and say hi now and then.
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Did you hear Hetty Locklear was written for geek girls? Insecure? Weight and food issues? Hetty’s just like you.
A New Adult Urban Fantasy, The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear is the first book in a new series. And it’s now out! My main character, Hetty, is a twenty-two-year-old stumbling about in an effort to become a full-fledged adult. She struggles with self-esteem, weight, relationships, and making the transition between college and the real world.
Graduation from community college isn’t the magic elixir Hetty Locklear counts on for becoming an adult. Her parents, who work the Renaissance fair circuit, insist she spend part of the summer with them. Hetty doubts pretending to live in the Middle Ages will help her find her way.
To make it worse, an entity haunts her at her dead-end job, warning her of a dangerous man she doesn’t know. The ghost leads her to a lover who has a lot of secrets. He pulls her farther into peril and into a strange, hidden world of genetic experimentation.
New Adult Urban Fantasy with a contemporary sci-fi twist. Mature content.
Cheer for the knights! Huzzah!
See you at Misha’s!