A sneak peek …
…at a very special bonus for Friends of the Wode!
You can participate in the launch of Summerwode, the newest in the Books of the Wode.
#robinhood @dsppublications #wodebooks
You can receive, as a thank you from me, a set of four limited edition Tarot cards especially designed by cover artist Shobana Appavu.
(And yes, the above is a snapshot of one of them. They are beautiful!)
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HERE’S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO:
~~ The next 30 people who purchase a new copy of Summerwode (ebook or trade paper) AND send me an email copy of their receipt (jen AT jtulloshennig DOT net) will receive 4 limited edition debut cards of the Wode Tarot.
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I will notify you within the fortnight as to your gift and add you to my newsletter list for notification of future releases & special things. You send me a mailing address so your own set of cards can wing its way to you!
(And please be assured that I do not share any addresses, email or physical, of anyone who corresponds with me)
Tomorrow Summerwode launches!
THANK YOU for sharing my worlds with me!
Starting at the Musings home base, rather appropriately on Beltain and from here in my own rather-wet forest. For the Summerwode Book Tour kick-off, not only do I have a May Day sale (woot!) to share, but two things of Beauty.
First, a spoken poem by Damh the Bard. Even as Robyn dared his god to let his Summerlord be Lover instead of Enemy, in this lovely ballad the Oak and Holly choose words as their weaponry, not steel.
And in tribute to the meeting of Oak and the Devine Feminine beside the Summering fires, I want to share the beautiful work of Natasa Ilincic, entitled, appropriately, Beltane. Please visit her site and check out the rest of her work at: natasailincic.com.
For details about the May Day Sale, please go HERE.
For dates, and stops for the Summerwode Book Tour, please go HERE.
Visit https://tinyurl.com/z5gsgfl to pre-order Summerwode through DSPP Publications.
The Summer King has come to the Wode…
Yet to which oath, head or heart, shall he hold?
Once known as the Templar assassin Guy de Gisbourne, dispossessed noble Gamelyn Boundys has come to Sherwood Forest with conflicting oaths. One is of duty: demanding he tame the forest’s druidic secrets and bring them back to his Templar Masters. The other is of heat and heart: given to the outlaw Robyn Hood, avatar of the Horned Lord, and the Maiden Marion, embodiment of the Lady Huntress. The three of them—Summerlord, Winter King, and Maiden of the Spring—are bound by yet another promise, that of fate: to wield the covenant of the Shire Wode and the power of the Ceugant, the magical trine of all worlds. In this last, also, is Gamelyn conflicted; spectres of sacrifice and death haunt him.
Uneasy oaths begin a collision course when not only Gamelyn, but Robyn and Marion are summoned to the siege of Nottingham by the Queen. Her promise is that Gamelyn will regain his noble family’s honour of Tickhill, and the outlaws of the Shire Wode will have a royal pardon.
But King Richard has returned to England, and the price of his mercy might well be more than any of them can afford…
Yeah, I do. Big time. And why not, when there are things like this?
I mean, sharing and experiencing beautiful work and artistry is what it’s all about, eh?
Watch these two amazing athletes full screen. More than once. Meryl Davis and Charlie White are contenders for Olympic gold, two bloody amazing ice dancers, and if their performance does not make your jaw drop, then you are made of the stuff they’re gliding on. I’ve been a dancer my entire life and have had a soft spot for Ice Dancing ever since the teams were emulating the look of a bodice ripper romance novel 😉 … but now it is amazing. Art with a firm foundation of amazing technique.
(Because Art and Technique are bendy and passionate lovers who can go through the entire Kama Sutra forwards & backwards if you let them.)
But wait, I’ve more Beauty to share, albeit a different and joyful expression of it. From mind-blowing veterans to a bloody brilliant new skater who has just moved up to the senior circuit and has art oozing out his toe picks. Jason Brown just got picked for the Olympic team. He doesn’t have a quad jump–yet. He has MORE. Like depth and expression and amazing transitions and musicality. No soulless jumping bean here. Massive props to his coach for developing his talent with forethought and, moreover, patience.
And hey–he’s got a ponytail!
Yep, I’mma looking forward to the Olympics.