Always my Birthday

Hey everyone, Peat here (for once). I feel bad that I don’t post (or answer reader mail) as much as I’d like to anymore. Meg and I work out the blog topics together and I read every piece of reader email, even if she is the one who answers it, but there are only so […]

Filed under: Brayan's Gold, Contests, Daylight War, Fans, Great Bazaar, Life, Meg, Messenger, Mudboy, Musings, My Reviews, Pimpage, Reading, The Daylight War, Writing by PeatB

Cosplay Prizes and Succor Contest

So after what feels like forever, I finally have almost all the prizes for the Cosplay Contest Winners in order. And by “winners”, I mean everyone who entered because they are all awesome. The Grand Prize, an original painting by Lauren K. Cannon inspired by Margherita in her Inevera costume with her face painted in, is […]

Filed under: Australia, Contests, Cosplay, Craft, Czech, Daylight War, Desert Spear, Events, Fan Art, Fans, France, Germany, Messenger, Poland, Portugal, Rebecca, Succor, Warded Art, Warded Man by PeatB

Cosplay Awesomeness: Take 2

I have a bunch of of half-written blogs about my incredible trip to the Imaginales Festival in France back in May that I have yet to post. One of the highlights of the trip was getting to meet Jacques and Sylvie Delloye, parents of Jessica (one of the winners of the French Contest a few […]

Filed under: Appearances, Contests, Cosplay, Craft, Desert Spear, Fan Art, Fans, France, Messenger by PeatB
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Brand New Forum: The Messenger

“Rebecca,” you say, “where can I get up-to-date news and information  about all things in the Peter Brett world? It’s not like we actually have a Messenger like Arlen to bring us news.” * Well, it’s a good thing you asked, Hypothetical Person, because on the message board a new forum has just been created, […]

Filed under: Messenger, Rebecca by Karen
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Maalingutega Mees

Oh, my family just grows and grows. It is a pleasure to welcome each new child into the fold. This time it’s Maalingutega Mees, which google translates from Estonian as “Paintings of Man”. Close enough. As you may have guessed, this is the Estonian translation of The Warded Man from publisher Varrak, which my agent […]

Filed under: Messenger, Warded Man, World Traveler, Writing by PeatB