Starting Monday I will be posting a card a day from the Arthurian Tarot. To kick things off, please enjoy a copy of my book on King Arthur on me!
So Today, August 11th through Sunday, August 13th, my book The Infinite Character of King Arthur is FREE on Amazon!
The link for the U.S. is: Amazon U.S. link
For the U.K. is: Amazon U.K. Link
For other countries you can search the title or make sure what ever Amazon URL you use (e.g. Amazon.ca, Amazon.au, etc you use /dp/B00T72LS7Q after and it should take you straight to the book.
So again, Monday I’ll be posting the Arthurian Tarot a card a day!
The first book in this series is a short read that will give you a good understanding of the history and legends of King Arthur. The next book will be out soon!
True love comes quietly, without banners or flashing lights. If you hear bells, get your ears checked.
American author Erich Segal (born June 16, 1937) is best known for his 1970 romance, Love Story—he wrote the popular novel and the screenplay for the hit film adaptation. Not so successful? The 1978 sequel, Oliver’s Story. That movie was advertised with this tagline: “It takes someone very special to help you forget someone very special.”
There are some works so luminous…so powerful that they give us strength, and force us to new undertakings. A book can play this role.
Hervé Le Tellier
Happy birthday, Hervé Le Tellier! The French writer and linguist became a notable name in his home country after the publication of Les amnésiques n’ont rien vécu d’inoubliable, a collection of 1,000 short sentences that all began with “Je sense que…” (“I think that…”).
Flawed, imperfect creatures! That’s what we both are, oga! That’s what we ALL are!
Happy birthday, Nnedi Okorafor! In high school, she was a star tennis player, but surgery to correct her scoliosis derailed her hopes of becoming a pro athlete. During her lengthy recovery, she picked up writing as a replacement hobby. Today she’s an award-winning author of several adult and children’s books.
Happy birthday, Toni Morrison! The American novelist was born Chloe Ardelia Wofford in 1931—and then received the baptismal name “Anthony” when she joined the Catholic church in 1943. The latter because the basis for her nickname, “Toni.”
If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave.
Happy birthday, Mo Willems! After graduating from college, the American writer and artist spent a year traveling all around the world. He drew a cartoon a day, and eventually published them in his book You Can Never Find a Rickshaw When It Monsoons: The World on One Cartoon a Day.
A childhood without books – that would be no childhood. That would be like being shut out from the enchanted place where you can go and find the rarest kind of joy.
Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren (born November 14, 1907) created her most famous character, Pippi Longstocking, to amuse her young daughter. Today Lindgren is the third most translated children’s book author after Hans Christian Andersen and the Grimm brothers.
I don’t want to put the world to rights… I just don’t like people who put the world to wrongs.
Happy birthday, Lee Child! His wife once told him that if the writing thing didn’t pan out, he could become a “reacher” at supermarkets, due to his height. The joke helped Child name his most famous protagonist, Jack Reacher.