All about Ebon (Pegasus, #2) by Robin McKinley. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. submitted 4 years ago * by RobinMcKinleyAMA Author Robin McKinley Oof, thanks, I was googling “ebon robin mckinley”, should have. I will finish the PEGASUS story. And yes, Sylvi and Ebon get back together. And yes it has a happy ending if you don’t require Technicolour.
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I was surprised to find out I’m considered ‘YA’ and have in fact kicked like fury against being jammed into this pigeonhole. I am also interested in the other forms of sentient life present in this universe. I don’t mean A Game of Thrones. I enjoy getting the odd Damar short story. I decided a good book could be wor ?!!!! I sometimes surprise myself about how many I do remember but I absolutely have to have the list. You came recommended to me by a book seller in Chester who said, “I usually don’t like vampire stories but you should try this one.
I don’t really have a question, but I mckknley resist posting something to say how much I love your books! Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Mckiley was accepted for publication by the eobn publisher it was sent to and upon publication immediately pushed McKinley to prominence. They all mean a lot, but nothing will ever have the impact of that short little note twenty years ago from a woman I’ve never met. Melissa If you read her FAQ section on her site, she doesn’t say it, but she clearly suffers from bouts of chronic writers block.
Ridiculously straightforward I’m afraid. I read it when it first came out and have eagerly awaited for the story to go on — it seems like the release date keeps getting pushed back. Even getting to write this to you makes me feel like the Tadpole Queen of the Sea. I’ve been mostly lucky with editors in that the ones I’ve worked with early on recognize mckinkey while I Don’t Take Direction Well that’s mostly because that’s part of my particular story-telling process and it’s not personal.
See a previous answer somewhere up there. The blog is not at all interesting to me, view spoiler [ mckimley rambling and way too self-indulgent hide spoiler ]but to each his own I guess. I love love love them both. That’d be better than this state of limbo.
Hi Robin, thanks for doing this AMA!
I attended a Young Writers Conference for middle school students in the late ’80s at Eastern Washington University where you were the speaker. If an entire post will be spoiler discussion, indicate so in the title, eg.
Have you considered Patreon? Not a question, but I want to say thank you, thank you, thank you for Outlaws of Sherwood!
When she comes to stay in Damar, she learns that the desert country land of Damar is filled with Homelanders along with the magical and secretive Hillfolk.
Later, she joined the college, first at the Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, and then at the Bowdin College in Maine. So thanks for a lifetime of memories and stories And, more recently, adorable pics of your hell creatures! Eventually, author McKinley graduated with a summa cum laude in the year I think you’ll find most of us authors eat up fan-boy and fan-girl enthusiasm. I think I’m going to cry. What kind of stories did you read growing up?
I will dare to say under threat of unspeakable consequences that I did love Beauty, although I did think that the ending was a bit…implausibly neat and tidy. Over a year till Ebon???!!!! All of her books are excellent, but those three are my favorite and – I think – her strongest. I just want to say that I kind of love that. And I really do love Deerskin. Refresh and try again.
Wendy Daley rated it really liked it Mar 03, I love all your books!
Robin McKinley’s Blog | Days in the Life* – *with footnotes
Way late to the show, but I just wanted to chip in about my small story. But I need to make one of my standard caveats here: Cheyenne rated it it was amazing Nov 28, Of course they get back together. I wanted to be the heroines you write as a teen, and now in my mid twenties I still re-read all your works with as much pleasure. As a result, author McKinley grew up in a number of places and among a variety of people.
You’re not going to win about the footnotes; footnotes are what work for me.