Kira Brady

Archive for the 'mythology' Category

May 14
2012
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I am pleased to announce my very first official interview! And it’s in Publishers Weekly, no less. In it I expound upon the Deadglass Trilogy and the inspiration behind my haunted, alternate Seattle. I also chat about my favorite books growing up–all Young Adult Fantasy–and why I chose Norse/Babylonian/Native American mythology for the trilogy. From Urban Planning to Urban Fantasy: PW Talks with Kira Brady By Julie Naughton May 11, 2012 Kira Brady‚Äôs studies in urban planning and historic preservation helped her create a fantastical alternate Seattle in Hearts of Darkness, the first in a paranormal romance trilogy.… Read more »
Jan 24
2012
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A Japanese dragon from wikipedia Dragons: fierce, evil creatures or benevolent, lucky beasts? It differs from culture to culture, but one thing is for sure–dragons have captured the imagination of humans for millennia. Welcome to the Year of the Dragon. Today starts off the Chinese New Year with fifteen days of celebration to ensure this is a year of good luck. The dragon is one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. It’s considered the luckiest and is the only one that is, according to wikipedia, legendary. But maybe that’s just what dragons want you to think. After all, mythology… Read more »