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Monday, August 24, 2009


So many mysteries...so little time. Christopher Hopper and I have just opened the doors to our new Berinfell Prophecies forum. It's called The Underground.

There you'll find information about the first book in the series: Curse of the Spider King, due out in October.

Click over and sign up. Very soon, the first clue will appear…and things will get very interesting.

Heh, heh, heh.

22 comments:

Barie-ah Hue-en-la said...

I am totally creeped out right now. Somebody say something random that I won't predict!!

Desperate,
-Barie

Joraiem said...

Sounds... Mysterious!!

Cloe said...

sounds really cool.

Barie-ah Hue-en-la said...

You did again. I predicted what both of you would say. Can't you say something random????

-Barie

Nathan R. Petrie (Keeneye) said...

sooooo the first clue? What for? The sample of othis book series no one has told us about???? lol

Nathan R. Petrie (Keeneye) said...

sooooo the first clue? What for? The sample of othis book series no one has told us about???? lol

Barie-ah Hue-en-la said...

Obviously I am the only one who actually reads the comments. So far (as I've predicted) no one has said my requested random thing!!!

Frustrated,
-Barie

Servant of the One said...

Barie, did you know that the sky was a shade of blue? ;)

-Nathan Petrie "Keeneye"

Chris said...

*Jumps out of airplane* (there, you have a random comment :P)

Anyways, this looks really cool!

Barie-ah Hue-en-la said...

*heaves a big sigh* finally something I didn't predict. That makes me feel almost like a normal person.
The sky is blue? I seriously thought it was green.

-Bari

Servant of the One said...

Barie....but you DID expect it....you were expecting something you wouldn't expect ;) lol (wow...that was deep...and WAYYYY off topic)

-Nathan Petrie

Anonymous said...

Wow. If my library doesn't buy Curse of the Spider King in October, I'm gonna sue them! Not really, I don't know how to sue. Not that I would sue even if I did know how, but I do hope they buy it.)

WayneThomasBatson said...

Anon, every Library should get Curse of the Spider King. Just go tell your librarian that this book has librarians as HEROES. That should stoke them up.

Servant of the One said...

WTB, haha....I'll be sure to do that ;)

Patrick said...

Haha! Awesome solution to persuading librarians, Mr. Batson! Elven sentinels do have extensive training in lorecraft!

Katie G. said...

Oh dear... now I'm going to be hecking your blog every few hours until you post the first lue.... lol!

Katie G. said...

Oh, btw, I don't think my 'c' button is working unless you press it really hard, so I ment to put 'checking' and 'clue'... SOrry about that....

everlastingscribe said...

Interesting. ;) In my tale the librarians are the villains. Huh, maybe I want to rethink that selling point?

Clues? Good. Makes hand outs more interesting. ;-D

Anonymous said...

I'll make sure to do that. Still, I've been waiting almost 6 months for the other book I requested to get here. If it takes that long for Curse of the Spider King I'll have a boring 6 months.

Anonymous said...

Mr Batson, this is a random place to bring this up, but I was wondering... would you make a post inviting us wannabe authors to submit pieces of our writing for one another (and, hopefully, you) to read and critique? Something like when you run a writing contest... only minus the competition. Of course, I understand completely if you don't want to do this... it's just a thought.

~w

Anonymous said...

hi mr.batson!! I am one of ur students!!!

Anonymous said...

hi mr.batson!! I am one of ur students!!!