I've mentioned this in a few places now, but I thought I'd make an actual post for it. If you're a Havenite at heart and you want to be sure you're the first to know about the release of War of the Princes book two, message me with your email address. You'll be added to the notification list that will announce the release date of book two.
That being said, I'm working feverishly on Haven's sequel. Stay tuned to this blog, Facebook and Twitter (@ARIvanovich) for updates!
The ocean was so blue yesterday, it was almost a shock. Sure, the colors here are always vivid, but yesterday was something special. It was almost unreal. I couldn't keep myself from staring. Good thing I wasn't the one driving! The horizon line was so crisp, so sharp, a perfect line. When looking at such a sight, it's easy to understand why we once believed the Earth was flat as a table top. I happily imagined galleons and sea monsters next.
The image got me wondering, was a perfectly clear horizon more commonplace before the industrial era? Is it an endangered sight? Here in Hawaii, it's volcanic emissions and cane smoke that fogs up the view, but additionally, I'd imagine that the cloud of pollution humanity creates is gradually dulling our world. I wish it wasn't the case. I wish we could turn back the clock just a bit, make some better decisions so that everyone could see what I saw yesterday. It really was beautiful.
A. R. Ivanovich is likely typing away at her desk, with a cup of heavily caffeinated tea and a cat on her lap.