Tag Archives: George R.R. Martin

Blushing Bard

Advertising. Bloodstained. Cold-blooded. Fashionable. Hobnob. Moonbeam. New-fangled. Puking. Swagger. Worthless. Zany. Words coined by Shakespeare It’s been 400 years since Shakespeare shook off his mortal coil and in honor of the anniversary of his passing, April 23rd, it seemed appropriate … Continue reading

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Blushing Bard

Advertising. Bloodstained. Cold-blooded. Fashionable. Hobnob. Moonbeam. New-fangled. Puking. Swagger. Worthless. Zany. Words coined by Shakespeare Most likely a little-known, but amazing, fact: The Bard is said to have invented between 1,700 and 2,200 words. No wonder he didn’t need a … Continue reading

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Architects, Gardeners

“For me, as both a reader and a writer, it’s about the journey, not the ultimate destination.” George R.R. Martin, author of A Song of Fire and Ice My fabulous sister Stephanie is a fan of A Song of Fire … Continue reading

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