Books, Reviews

The Black Prism

Title: The Black Prism Author: Brent Weeks Published: August 2010, Orbit Books Blurb: Guile is the Prism, the most powerful man in the world. He is high priest and emperor, a man whose power, wit, and charm are all that preserves a tenuous peace. Yet Prisms never last, and Guile knows exactly how long he… Continue reading The Black Prism

Random Musings

Inspiration from a Bastard Named Kip

Well, how's that for a catchy title, eh? Eh? So I believe in my review of The Broken Eye I posted a few weeks ago, I made a reference about writing a post about how a certain character inspired me and how I hoped to "use" him as motivation. That character is Kip Guile. You might have… Continue reading Inspiration from a Bastard Named Kip

Writing Posts

The Broken Eye: A Review…ish

Andiaonfioahdinioandiofnioak. ^^ I was tempted for that to be the title, considering that might have been the sound--or thoughts--my brain made after finishing The Broken Eye, the third book in Brent Weeks' Lightbringer series. However, I went the "professional" route and titled it something more productive and telling, though the "ish" addition at the end is because I… Continue reading The Broken Eye: A Review…ish

Random Musings

The Power of Reading

I've mentioned a few times, I believe, on this blog, that I recently just moved roughly 11 hours from home, to start the next step in my adventure: grad school. And let me just tell you that the process of being admitted late into grad school, plus figuring out the next steps required to enroll,… Continue reading The Power of Reading