Okay, since neither my camera nor this despicable Florida weather/horrific sunshine/cloud cover want to let me take a decent, color-bearing photo of the rings I’m using to make the Byzantine bracelets, I’m doing the next best thing. The following images are taken directly from my supplier’s website. ALL of the following photos were taken by/belong to The Ring Lord.com.
Once again, the rings are anodized aluminum and very lovely. Here are the colors I currently have on hand:
Bright Silver: (The difference between “Frost” and “Bright Silver” is that “Frost” is matte and “Silver” is shiny.)
Green: (It looks a bit mossier in person.)
I’m still open for orders! The bracelets are $20 +$1.50 shipping within the US. I’m working on other products as well, and I’ll have examples up soon. Also, if you’re in Jacksonville on Sept 20th, come down to Pagan Pride Day! I’m sharing a table with Harmsway Press!
Another progress report, guys. I know you’re getting sick of them. I’ll have new content for you soon! Right now, I’m focusing on getting ready for school, muddling through draft one of Amity Dawn, and fundraising. It’s been an odd summer; one filled with motivation, support, and love, and it just keeps getting better.
So, let’s start with Amity Dawn. It’s still a working title, until I can find the one that pops at me. I’m working through chapter 7 at this point, and getting ready to convert chapters 1-4 into third person perspective. Kadri is just about to confront the primary villain for the first time, after muddling through lead-up conflicts lackeys for the first six chapters. I’m excited. This novel is taking shape slowly, coming to life from the outline I began a year ago this month. Unfortunately, I put it down for a bit too long, but better late than never, right? Before long, I hope, I’ll be hunting down beta readers.
As for school, I still need to raise some money to buy my books. I’m still selling Byzantine chain bracelets for $20 a piece (+$1.50 for shipping within the US). You can see the details of that in this post. Alternatively, you can visit my GoFundMe page and check out some of the smaller donation amounts. They come with neat perks. =]
Lastly! I may be sharing a table with another writer friend of mine, J. Meridith Harmon, who has recently released his new novel Snyper: A Matter of Caliber, at Jacksonville Pagan Pride Day! Check it out on Amazon! Anyway, I’ll be volunteering at PPD regardless, so you should come visit if you’re in the Jacksonville area on Sept 22. =] If we do get the slot, I’ll be selling bracelets, G&L bookmarks, and possibly prayer beads (if I can settle on a couple of patterns I like, I’m being fickle). It’s going to be awesome.
See you kids around. <3
I know, this is a Paganism-related blog post, but I felt like posting it here anyway. I’m still hammering out the niftiness of Thistle in the Wind… so it’s on the back burner for awhile.
ANYWAY. I was interviewed over at The Balanced Witch for being named Member of the Month for February 2010. For everyone who hasn’t checked out The Balanced Witch blog or The Circle of Balanced Witches forum, well, all you witchy everyones, I absolutely recommend checking it out. Fantastic content. Fantastic people. So far, the best Pagan forum I’ve had the pleasure of being part of.
READ MY INTERVIEW!