Thursday, December 16, 2021
Thursday Doors Challenges
Thursday Doors Badge Challenge
I’m updating this post to include an entry for the Thursday Doors Badge. Here’s my humble offering.
Thursday Doors Favorite Doors Challenge
December 16th – This week is traditionally when we share our favorite doors from the current year. What doors were you particularly proud of in 2021? Which ones made you happiest? Which are special. The good news is you already took the photos, and they are in your library.
When the concept for that part of the epic came to me, ten years ago, I had thought… What if your ability to choose a path forward depended on the things that resonated with you? The things to which you were attuned. The number “three” is significant throughout the overall story. With that lurking in my mind, I imagined three doors standing in the middle of a road in a strange world. No wall, no visible support, just the doors standing there.
That idea was put into form as “the Doors of Attunement” when Emlyn, Osabide, and Zasha travel into a strange place known only as the Other Realm.
In honor of Thursday Doors, I’m giving away free Kindle copies of Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement. Unfortunately, I can only do that in the USA. If you have been following the Journeys and have not yet gotten #9, let me know in a comment so I can get your email to send it to you.
It’s important to read the Journeys in order, because each one begins where the previous one left off. They are not “stand alone” stories.
There was no better moment for author Robbie Cheadle to post her reviews for Journeys 8 and 9. Click over for her mindful reviews.
Thanks for spending part of your busy day here. Hugs on the wing!
Dead of Winter — All the Journeys
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Journey 11, the Sumelazon Escarpment
Journey 10, Pergesca
Journey 9, Doors of Attunement
Journey 8, The Lost Library
Journey 7, Revenant Pass
Journey 6, The Fluting Fell
Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls
Journey 4, The Old Road
Journey 3, the Fever Field
Journey 2, Penllyn
Journey 1, Forlorn Peak
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