Posts Tagged ‘bright of the sky’
I was thrilled this morning to find a website where a very talented composed and musician named John Anealio creates music for his favorite sf/fantasy books!
Today’s composition is for Bright of The Sky, and is entitled “The Return of Titus Quinn.” It is beautiful and subtle, and I’m just beside myself. You Must check this guy out. What an inspiring thing to do. On his website he says that he is doing these compositions to merge his love of sf/fantasy literature, music and art. Amazing stuff. As a writer, the experience of hearing a story and a theme brought to life in music is really indescribable. It’s only two minutes long, give it a try.
Really happy to announce that the first two books of my new series are now available:Audible.com
I’ve listened in, and they’ve done a great job!
Books three and four will follow their paper publication, beginning in February.
Really pleased to announce that Bright of the Sky has been short-listed for the Endeavour Award. Here is the complete list:
The Book of Joby by Mark J. Ferrari
Bright of the Sky: Book One of the Entire and the Rose by Kay Kenyon
Not Flesh Nor Feathers by Cherie Priest
Powers by Ursula K. LeGuin
The Silver Ship and the Sea by Brenda Cooper
I bet you thought reading was just addictive, fun, and inspiring. No, I guess it is Educational, too. Here, from Booklist Online are suggested questions for a book discussion on Bright of the Sky. There is something pleasingly odd about a study guide for one of my books!
Kenyon uses the techniques of a suspense novel to slowly reveal the back story of Titus’ first trip to the Entire. How did that technique improve the story for you? Read More…