Tag Archives: Brandon Sanderson

The Stranger Things Book Tag

So, this tag is really old. I was tagged many moons ago, but the obligations of life really took a toll last year. My apologies for the great delay. Better late than never, eh? I, like both Moya and The … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #232: Claim the Stars

“Their heads are heads of rock, their hearts set upon rock. Set your sights on something higher. Something more grand. Claim the stars.” – Zeen “Chaser” Nightshade, Skyward, by Brandon Sanderson Most of the quotes I quote are ones I … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #163: Stand Up, and Do Better

“He had failed… in so many ways. Stand up, he thought. And do better.” – From Oathbringer, by Brandon Sanderson As much as I do not usually hold with New Year’s resolutions, this is just too good a quote to … Continue reading

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The Significance of Identity in Brandon Sanderson’s Novellas

I’ve mentioned Brandon Sanderson before. I consider him one of the storytelling Masters of our era. However, I’ve mostly read only his longer works, like Mistborn, Elantris, Warbreaker, and, most especially, his Stormlight Archive novels. It was only recently that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Rithmatist

Spoiler Alert! I’ve been meaning to read The Rithmatist, by Brandon Sanderson, for a fairly long time now. Recently, I had the chance to listen to the audiobook version, and I took it. 🙂 As usual, Sanderson tells an enchanting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Words of Radiance

Spoiler Alert! So, I just finished reading Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson (hey, it’s a thick book and it took some time to get around to in the first place 😉 ) and I have a few comments to … Continue reading

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Masters of Storytelling: Brandon Sanderson

For my first installment of “Masters of Storytelling” I am going straight to the top and talking about the single author I, personally, consider to be not simply a master, but the master of our times: Brandon Sanderson. He finished … Continue reading

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