Title: Goblin Tales Author: Jim C. Hines Source: My Personal Library A vengeful ghost trapped in a goblin’s ear … a flaming spider who must help stop a goddess from conquering a science fiction convention … a goblin nursery worker who finds herself trapped in the middle of a war. This collection features five humorous… Continue reading Goblin Tales by Jim C. Hines
Title: Goblin Quest Author: Jim C. Hines Publisher: DAW Books Source: Columbus Metropolitan Library In Goblin Quest we’re introduced to Jig. He’s a runt amongst Goblins and still assigned to muck duty which is usually reserved for youngsters. Filling up the 46 fire bowls in the tunnels without catching one’s self on fire is hazardous enough… Continue reading Goblin Quest by Jim C. Hines
Yesterday Jim C. Hines tweeted about his newest blog post but I didn’t get to see it until later in the evening. It points out the silliness of some of the covers of fantasy books. Jim really put himself out there. This gave me a giggle and I hope it makes you giggle too. Without further ado,… Continue reading Striking a Pose
Fairy tales, myths and legends can make some great starting points for writing ideas. I’ve noticed some new renditions out of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale from the last year or so. There’s Red Hood’s Revenge by Jim C. Hines, Iodine by C.L. Hilbert, and Red by Kait Nolan. Have you seen any others?
A big thank you to Marcia at A Girl and Her Books for originating Mailbox Monday. This weekly meme is now on tour with a new host each month. July’s host is A Sea of Books. This past week three new books came into the house. The first is Goblin Tales by Jim C. Hines.… Continue reading Mailbox Monday – July 4th