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Happy Mordo Ogg’s Day!

I have good news and bad news, readers. The bad news first: that blur that just buzzed past your eye was November. Time is no longer content to merely fly; it now seems hell-bent on shattering the sound barrier as we hurtle through our lives towards our inevitable ends.

And speaking of those inevitable ends, the good news is that today is Mordo Ogg’s Day!

Mordo Ogg’s Day, that sacred holiday when citizen’s all over Arth cherish their lives by celebrating the God of Death. It’s a time for giving gifts, cherishing family, excessive feasting, and of course, ritually burning small dolls. If you’re in the mood for celebrating this most holy and morbid of days, this is a great time to remind you that the clasic Mordo Ogg’s tale A Song of Three Spirits is now available in hardcover and audio formats, as well as ebooks.

What’s that? You’re late on your holiday shopping? You don’t have a Mordo Ogg’s Day gift for your favorite fantasy fan, or even a gift for some other holiday? Well, fear not! Right now all signed books, merchandise, and art are 10% off at my online shop! And remember, US customers get free shipping on orders over $40. These savings, like everything else, won’t last forever. Specifically, all of these offers will last until December 7, 2019. Enjoy them while you can!

And on a slightly more serious and much less crassly commercial note, let me just add that I wish you and your loved ones a marvelous Mordo Ogg’s Day, a Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, a wonderful Kwanzaa, a rockin’ Ramadan, or a great holiday of your choosing. It’s a season to be grateful for what we’ve been given and enjoy family and /or friends. I hope you’re in a position to do so, and wish you one or more very happy holidays.

One thought on “Happy Mordo Ogg’s Day!”

  1. “Time is no longer content to merely fly; it now seems hell-bent on shattering the sound barrier as we hurtle through our lives towards our inevitable ends.”

    Just wait till you get to be MY age. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!

    I’m 68 – a lot closer to 69 – and I don’t want to hurry you or anything, but I could drop dead at any minute. It would sure be nice to have a copy of “Dragonfired” in my hands when I do – hopefully on my second or third read, rather than the first. 🙂

    Ah, just kidding. I’ll probably live THAT long, at least. And good is better than quick (although good AND quick might be best of all – heh, heh).

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