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Katherine Arden
NYT/international bestselling author Winternight Trilogy + Small Spaces + Dead Voices
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Katherine Arden Dec 11
this is completely due to your amazing work on this series. Congratulations and thank you thank you thank you
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Katherine Arden Dec 6
Is winter now. If you were waiting on winter to read the Winternight trilogy...welp. Mull some wine and settle in, winter king isn’t going anywhere until April.
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Katherine Arden Nov 17
Furthermore... If you’re into ghosts/scarecrows/NOT here for Winternight.... There is an option B!!!
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Katherine Arden Nov 17
Votes are cumulative and you can vote in each round If you did vote, thanks a million last Goodreads choice award chance for the series Etc
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Katherine Arden Nov 13
Replying to @breakaway71
lol you can also comment with more. You cannot see the entire long-discarded plot thread where Vasya joins the Amazons, however. It is hidden for eternity.
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Katherine Arden Nov 13
Replying to @arden_katherine
I will add that I have such a giant pile of notes and cut scenes, and I've been wondering if there is anything in the mass that people are dying to see, sort of on the side.
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Katherine Arden Nov 13
If you could see one Winternight scene that didn't make it into the finished series, what would it be (this is a spoilery poll be warned) If your answer is none of the above, let me know what you WOULD want
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Katherine Arden Nov 12
Winter king isn’t just riding, he’s galloping about with hair on fire Must be in love
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Katherine Arden Nov 11
This is the first sentence of a novel I desperately want to read.
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Katherine Arden Nov 11
Replying to @arden_katherine
The largest American cemetery of war dead in Europe is not a WWII cemetery. It is not in Normandy. It is the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial. It covers 130.5 acres and contains 14,246 people. All are Americans who fought in the First World War
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Katherine Arden Nov 11
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the guns on the Western Front went quiet. A hundred years later, they are still pulling bodies and live explosives from the battlefields. There is still no national monument to the First World War in Washington.
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Katherine Arden Nov 11
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Katherine Arden Nov 8
The winter king is riding. Look for hoof prints in the snow, build up the fire and save a crust for the domovoi
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Katherine Arden Nov 1
Replying to @MccueDay
Eeeeeek
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Katherine Arden Nov 1
Replying to @ordinarycollege
Nope! Lurking in the woods for the forseeable future. Have fun!
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Katherine Arden Oct 27
This. Is. Amazing. I want to be a purplish evilish scarecrow too.
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Katherine Arden Oct 27
Replying to @MccueDay
this is awesome!
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Katherine Arden Oct 27
Replying to @MegJinks1
sweet dreams. I am so glad you enjoyed.
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Katherine Arden Oct 27
Replying to @ucmediatbk8
thanks for reading you guys!
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Katherine Arden Oct 27
Replying to @_dierosenrot_
❤️❤️
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