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366 Days, 366 Books: How Jeff Ryan Read One Book Per Day in 2012

Jeff Ryan, like a lot of professional writers, spends a lot of time reading. He made a demanding resolution for last year: to read an average of one book per day. Since 2012 was a leap year, that meant 366 books. Ryan was appareantly successful–and not by reading only very short books. Here’s how: No, my [...]

Write Like The Wind George R.R. Martin!

(YouTube Link) Greg DiCostanzo and Paul Sabourin are fans of the fantasy series A Song Of Ice And Fire, so they’re urging George R.R. Martin to write like the wind and finish up this classic series. People are living in fear that they’ve read every massive tome in the Song series yet won’t ever reach the end of the saga, [...]

Ned Stark Cake Pops

Jennifer of Not Your Momma’s Cookies made these hilariously morbid cake pops inspired by one particular scene in Game of Thrones. If the television series stays faithful to George R.R. Martin’s novels, she’ll have plenty more to make. Link -via Technabob

Foodies and Fantasy Novels-The Quest For New Recipes

When fantasy genre and food enthusiast Adam Bruski read the “A Game Of Thrones” novels by George R.R. Martin, he paid close attention to an aspect that i’m sure very few reading the books have even noticed-the amazing sounding recipes. So he has taken it upon himself to recreate the recipes, using only ingredients which [...]

Philosophy 101 (Funny Pics)

“QUANTUM SHOT” #707Link – article by Avi Abrams Philosophy slogans to pick you up, or bring you down Why read the volumes and libraries written by dead philosophers when you can just pick up a few LOL lines from the internet? Well, the answer to this is obvious, but this quote from George R. R. Martin’s Game of [...]

11 Fictional Family Trees

They say you can’t tell the players without a program! When a story is an “epic saga” or a long-running series, some kind of guide will help immensely. Plot lines turn on family secrets, and fresh material is injected by the introduction of yet another relative. And sometimes, complicated bloodlines meet as characters marry each [...]