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Marsheila (Marcy) Rockwell is an author, engineer, and mother of three wonderful sons. She has been nominated for the Scribe, Rhysling, and Dwarf Stars Awards and is a member of the SFWA, IAMTW, SinC, and SFPA. She also served for several years as an editor for Mindflights. Her latest published novel is SKEIN OF SHADOWS (2012), a sequel to 2011's THE SHARD AXE, published by Wizards of the Coast. Wizards also published her first novel, LEGACY OF WOLVES, in 2007.

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My friend, Erin Hartshorn (you may recognize her name from the Acknowledgments sections in most of my books) is participating in the A-to-Z Blog Challenge and for today's entry, she asked if she could use a quote from my upcoming DDO novel, Skein of Shadows. Of course I said "yes," so, without further ado:

Sabira frowned in disgust.

"Do you ever feel like a piece on the world’s biggest Conqueror board?"

The corner of Greddark’s mouth twitched.

"Well, that is sort of the point of a prophecy, isn’t it?"

And it was exactly why she hated it. Bad enough being manipulated by other people. Throw in the Sovereign Host or the Silver Flame or the dragons or something greater than them all, and it was like saying nothing you did mattered. No choice you made was truly yours; it had been preordained millennia before your race was even born. You were nothing but a performer in some cosmic play, acting out a script you could never see but were doomed to follow, regardless.

To give credence to prophecy was to admit that life was meaningless, and that was a worldview she simply would not - could not - ascribe to.
Now go read the rest of the post here.

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