Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Update on Treasures of Carmelidrium by N.R. Williams

From the first sentence I was brought in to this wonderful book. I wanted to share part of a song in this book, so here it is.

Chapter 9
Towards the end, I can't tell what page it's on cause I just got my kindle and am still learning how it works.

"I shall sing for thee, I shall sing for thy honor. Of the age of dragons, Dreams and wild men. Of the darkness void, From whence came our fright. Of the men and daughters, With the Evil Eye."

"O daughters of men, Brave fathers and husbands. Take heed and take warning, Or thou shalt not live. Set free all the cattle, And run toward the woods. From the fair-haired people, Of the Dragon's Ship."

There's more to the song, but I could not help but laugh as I read this. If you love to read you need to check out this book.

Check out her blog here, http://nrwilliams.blogspot.com/, and she has a link there if you'd like to purchase her book. She also has her reviews of her book on her blog, at the top of her blog is a tab that says Treasures of Carmelidrium book reviews.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. =)


welcome to my world of poetry said...

This will be something to do at my ease as things are pretty hetic now, Thanks for sharing.


Siv Maria said...

Thanks for sharing :)

Jeffrey Pierce said...

Thank you for sharing. :)

DEZMOND said...

oooh, we love N.R. she is such a nice lady!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nancy is awesome! Got that one on my iPad, but haven't had a chance to read it.

L'Aussie said...

It's great to see an update on my friend's book. Nancy has written a wonderful fantasy. I have reviewed it here if you'd like to read it:



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Clarissa Draper said...

I'm so glad you like the book!

The Words Crafter said...

I absolutely can't wait until I find time to read this! It just sounds so wonderful. I love fantasy!!!

~Nicole Ducleroir~ said...

I enjoy N.R.'s blog, and I'm excited to read her novel. Thanks for highlighting it today!

N. R. Williams said...

Thank you sweetie.