Bestselling author of horsey nonfiction, young adult fantasy, and space opera.
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A young adult fantasy about a sheltered princess who discovers her remarkable gifts with horses on a dangerous quest to find her father’s murderer.
A gifted princess. A special horse. A quest for the truth.
At sixteen years old, Cassia would rather spend her days in the royal stables than in the royal court. But as the eldest child of King Robet and Queen Sarahann she obediently performs her duties as the Princess of Karah.
Her safe world changes forever when her father is murdered in the neighboring kingdom of Vespera. Cassia grapples with his loss as her mother prepares her for her new role as queen. Her first task - she must travel to Vespera to marry a prince she barely knows to fulfill the treaty her father signed just before his death.
Nothing is as simple as it seems with political intrigues and unusual powers shadowing Cassia on her search to find out who killed her father and why.
The Guild of Assassins Majat Code #2
By: Anna Kashina Q&A with Anna Kashina
What was the spark or initial idea that
started your book? I believe that
stories are out there, and that they actively seek the right person who will
write them down, so they are just floating around until it clicks with a
particular author--much like finding a love match. I guess this mystical image
reflects the fact that stories tend to come naturally to me, I just wake up one
day knowing that this is what I am going to write. Some stories come to me in
dreams, others from the pool of semi-consciousness that dominates my mind in a
pre-waking state, or during daydreaming. The big idea
behind the Majat Code series was that of an near-absolute force confined by
very tight rules. I have explored this idea earlier in my first novel, “The
Ptincess of Dhagabad”, which features a djinn as the main protagonist. “Blades
of the Old Empire” deals with a similar theme, but in a more familiar setting, and
with much mor…
Content warning: Both of these movies are R and contain swearing and lots of gross violence. Though none of those images are displayed or talked about in this post.
I was touched and inspired by the relationship between Hansel and Gretel in Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Though you know they're siblings going into the movie I was surprised at the fondness and devotion they have to each other.The actors and screenwriters do an awesome job showing their dynamic.
Though there are several scenes where you can see their siblingness. My favorite has to be about halfway through the movie. Hansel and Gretel have been separated during a night raid and both stumble across the same cabin in the middle of the woods. They attack each other at first (not knowing who they have run into), but quickly realize who they are fighting. Hansel looks clearly into Gretel's face and sees that someone has attacked and beat her. The injuries are focused on her face and not from a normal scuffle. H…