Belinda Crawford

World-weaver. Tale spinner. Geek.

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There are many different types of people in this world, and they’re not all human.

Saga Press at NYCC 2014

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Dragons can fly because they’re magic… But what if you want to create a fantastical creature that’s a bit more plausible? Find out how on Fantasy Faction.

‘Superman, as long as I have you here, just answer one thing for me: Why tights? Why a cape? You’re a grown man. Don’t you feel ridiculous?’

 

‘My mother made it for me.’

Tempus & Superman, “New Adventures Of Superman”

Update: Skin (Hero, book 2)

Ok, so, I chucked out the 15k words I’d written for book 2. Again. I think this is the 4th time I’ve changed the entire plot (well, not the entire plot, just the specifics), but, trust me, this storyline is going to be way more awesome.

Short & sharp: Tea update

So, Ceylon Pekoe and Rose Petals take 2. This time I tried 1 tsp of ceylon pekoe with 1/2 tsp of rose petals, brewed for 4 minutes and served with milk.

The verdict: Glorious and yet frustrating. Glorious because black tea with milk is always so, and frustrating because that half teaspoon of rose petals just leaves my tastebuds wanting more.

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The Freshly Squeezed Book Chain is all about sharing the love of books by sharing…well…books! Check it out, it promises to be fun.

Update: Skin (Hero, book 2)

It’s slow going on the sequel to Hero (tentatively titled Skin). The outline is complete and I’m working on the first draft. Fingers crossed, I have it done before Christmas!

Short & sharp: Ceylon & Rose Petals

My first Monstrositea Tea Subscription came this week, including a sample of ceylon pekoe and one of rose petals. I immediately tired one of their suggested recipes (1/2 tsp of ceylon pekoe and 1/2 tsp of rose petals). Brewed for 5 minutes, served black.

Verdict: Not the best cup of tea I’ve ever had. I’m definitely a black tea kind of girl, and this needs more of it.

There’s that word again, ‘heavy’. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth’s gravitational pull?

Dr Emmet Brown, “Back To The Future”

Giveaway! Athena’s Ashes by Jamie Grey

Athena's Ashes Book Blitz

Another book to add to my exploding book pile! At this rate, I’m never going to get any writing done. I think I need a TARDIS, anyone got one spare?

Excerpt

Renna sat at the small round table in her room, reading through the data Dallas had sent to her tablet. She took another sip of scorching coffee and held the liquid in her mouth for a fraction of a second—until her tongue started to burn—before swallowing. Sometime in the past few days, she’d started doing stuff like that, letting herself experience feelings she’d normally ignore. Like each time might be her last. Continue reading »

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