Hard times are good times for Auralia’s Colors

The people of House Abascar have been betrayed by false promises and robbed of colors, robbed of hope. But there are rumors of a girl in the woods who gathers colors that no one else has ever seen. And now, you can hear those colors. During these stay-at-home days, you're invited to a reading of Auralia's Colors.


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Good with crayons? Enter Auralia’s Coloring Contest.

As the four volumes of The Auralia Thread reach their decennial anniversaries, here's a challenge for imaginations of kids young and old: the first-ever Auralia's Coloring Contest.


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Summer Reading Bargain: Auralia’s Colors is Less Than $5 at Amazon

This summer, Amazon is offering you Auralia's Colors — both the paperback edition and the Kindle edition — for less than $5.


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Why I Want to Be George R. R. Martin’s Neighbor

There is a place... a magical place... where J.K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, George R. R. Martin, Patricia McKillip, and J.R.R. Tolkien stand side-by-side...


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Raise a Toast Before the Deadline! (Deadline Extended to 9 p.m.)

I forgot to post a reminder over the weekend, so now you have until 9 p.m. (Seattle time) to enter the Auralia's Colors 5th Anniversary contest and turn in your toast to Auralia.


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