Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Quick Pointing to Other Place

I should probably say more but if I spend too long Rossamünd will get eaten by a very large s.... ah but that would be telling.

Just quickly Jack is asking over at the Unofficial MBT Forum if folks want a Q&A section to it. Given that I do tend to miss a lot of questions here I certainly am all for it - would make it very clear what I had and had not responded too (I hope). So, please please, head on over and give us your thought - if you don't mind, that is.

Cheers.

19 comments:

E N Reinmuth said...

-Eaten by a large Serpent? Salamander? Soufflé?

Hmm... The Duke of Sparrows likes to eat children?

Jack said...

Definitely a bar of soap.

Pearlius said...

Most probably a silly-goose.

Bastien said...

Monsted Blood Tattoo: Episode III: Attack of th Sandals :D

monday said...

a shi-tzu, mayhap

Ben Bryddia said...

Cornish, you are a very cruel man to leave us wondering, let alone Rossamund dangling for some nadderer. Is the Grackle responsible for this?! That poor bloke needs to get a lawyer to sue you for all you’re putting him through! Cruelty to children! I jest.

Portals.
I will agree with you about the Jewish singing; it is awesome. I just finished visiting the Messianic Jew church for Rosh Hashanah and found it very intriguing. At times hard to understand, but intriguing...
-Ben.

E N Reinmuth said...

I always knew those Soy Beans were up to no good...
Just look at Tofu!

D.M. Cornish said...

How about a... Swarm of very friendly clerks.

E N Reinmuth said...

That wouldn't be that friendly though would it?

D.M. Cornish said...

Well they would be smiling a lot and say nice things... yeah?

How about a ... simpering sword-swinging sedorning sagaar springing sideways spectactularly.

E N Reinmuth said...

Now that is a way to die!

Zakk said...

Very... Interesting. I'm going to assume its not a monster - more likely some kind of reverman of nadderer. Anyway, DM, would you say that if you were a character in the books, what would you be?

Anna said...

Some kind of squid?

I´m not yet comfortable with the forum. Maybe later.

D.M. Cornish said...

Was that you anna who posted up a review for the Swedish (I said that with my best Swedish accent) edition?

Well, zakk, if I did not mind having wierd alien organ thingies inside of me being either a wit or fulgar could be rather cool, but me just as I am, I would definitely go with concometrist or fabulist.

Jack said...

Can a man make a gudgeon as a seafaring creature? Like, a nadderer-gudgeon?

Anna said...

Yep,thas me. This week I do "fieldstudies" in a library, cause of my education. The librarian asked me which my favourite book were and the obvious answer is ....
She wanted me to write a review, I was a bit reluctant cause I mix book 1 and 2, but I did it anyway. So if there is any faults in it...sorry! I do my best to give som PR to the books and the blog.
In the library is a shelf where visitors can put their favourite books to promote them, so I put book 1 there too.

Anonymous said...

Maybe a spider...

LotR fan

R Montallnutt said...

Hmmm... Howsabout a salacious set of secateur sporting scoundrels silently settling a score in sanguinary style ...(or the SISTER of the misbegotten shrewd - Sister Shrewd...good name for a band!)???
Stay Froody :)

D.M. Cornish said...

Your review is excellent, anna, thank you so much for the promotion!