Judging Books by their Titles: A Series Comparison

Editor's Note: I missed a Martin Book, and I added a comparison of another set of books.

A title serves many functions. It names a book. It evokes a certain emotion or feeling about the book in the mind of the reader. Before the book is even opened, it sets a certain expectation for what lay within the covers. In a way, a title can see a book just as much as the cover art can. Titles are important.

Titles are hard to come up with for many people. I often go through five or ten different titles for one book before I settle on something that is good enough. I doubt I'll ever come up with a perfect title for my books.

I would like to draw your attention to a series of books. I don't love this books. I don't love the author's writing style. In fact, I'd say with ease and honesty that I absolutely abhor his writing style. But, I love his titles. I love the title of his series, and I love the rhythm of all of his titles.

So, for once (and quite possibly the last time),  I'm pleased to bring to the table George R. R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice. Here are their titles in sequence of release:

Book One: A Game of Thrones

Book Two: A Clash of Kings

Book Three: A Storm of Swords

Book Four: A Feast for Crows

Book Five: A Dance with Dragons

Upcoming: The Winds of Winter

Upcoming: A Dream of Spring

These titles use a formulaic layout. The layout is simple: A/The :: An Action or word evoking action :: Of/With :: a Thing

Each title uses strong words that evoke something, be it things of beauty, things of intrigue, things of danger, and wistful thinking. They match their books. I might not be a fan, but the titles and partnerships of titles are brilliant.

Hey, I can be reasonable sometimes, even when I do dislike a series for other reasons. The titles are wonderful.

Next up, I am going to discuss a series I reviewed the covers for. I didn't review the books. They didn't appeal to me, and the reviews of the book scared me off. I noticed this when I was reviewing the covers, but I didn't mention it, as I didn't want to take away from my commentary about the covers. 

Enter Morgan Rice's The Sorcerer's Ring series. The release date was November 2012 with subsequent books releasing every 3 or so months after.

Book One: A Quest of Heroes

Book Two: A March of Kings

Book Three: A Feast of Dragons

Book Four: A Clash of Honor

Book Five: A Vow of Glory

Right about now, you're likely noticing some similarities. Let me take this a step further for you:

Book Two: A Clash of Kings vs Book Two: A March of Kings

Book Five: A Dance with Dragons vs Book Three: A Feast of Dragons vs Book Four: A Feast for Crows (This one has multiple layers!)

You get the point. Morgan Rice has done a tactic that sticks up my craw. Did it influence me when I decided against buying the books? No — the description and the reviews were enough to convince me I didn't want to invest in this series. Would it have, had I gotten past the description?

Possibly. There is nothing wrong with using this sort of titling scheme. That said, as I look at the covers, the descriptions, and the cover art, I can't shake the feeling that Morgan Rice was attempting to ride on Martin's tailcoats. I can't blame her there. The guy isn't just rich, he's filthy rich. Not only is he filthy rich, he's exceptionally popular.

Perhaps I'm sensitive to this in general, but what I love about shopping for books is finding cover art that appeals to me, and titles that grab my attention — and possibly my heart, too.

When I look at this, I can't help but think that Morgan Rice took the easy way out and named her books in a way that would immediately evoke Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice.

Personally? I'll steer clear of books — and authors — that can't come up with a title system that stands on its own two feet. There may be times where a title of a pair of books end up the same or similar. That's one thing.

But when an entire series is named in the same exact way as a bestselling series that everyone knows about, I can't help but wonder if the books have no hope of matching their titles. In a way, that makes me sad. I wonder what these books would have been called if they'd been allowed to have a life of their own, rather than sitting at the feet of another series.

 

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Damian Trasler says June 11, 2013

This strikes me as the literary equivalent of all those dodgy animated dvds that appear in the shops when Disney/Pixar release their latest effort. The last one was a called “Kiara the BRAVE” (with the first two words in a tiny font and the last in big letters) and featured a little red-haired girl on the front with standing stones in the background. Completely different to the story of “Brave” the adventure of a red-haired giel who… Anyway, they were trying to trick people into buying something that wasn’t what they wanted. It’s fraud.

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    RJBlain says June 11, 2013

    That is a feeling I get as well. Not being a fan of Martin, I’m not all that offended, but I expect fans of Martin may very well become offended at this riding of the tailcoats — or, perhaps, fraud. Obviously, I can’t tell what the author’s real intent was, but at the same time, that thought is definitely there in the back of my mind.

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Charlie Beck says August 30, 2013

OMG! Get over yourself! Thats like saying “Im not gonna watch NCIS becuz it sounds too much like CSI and I just wont go there!!!!” Just read the books people, I promise you will not regret it!!

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    RJBlain says September 1, 2013

    While I don’t watch tv, there’s a pretty big difference between investing 30 minutes for a show versus 5+ hours for a book.

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Charlie Beck says September 2, 2013

Nah not really – maybe since like u said, u dont watch tv, but each “show” is a series with hours and hours of episodes. Im not gonna sit here and argue with u and Im really not trolling u or anything but have u even read the books? Ive read both series and I admit without a shred of doubt that George RR is in a class all by himself but I read for the enjoyment of reading not to critique or to compare authors writing styles and especially have never wasted a moment on the titles of the books. I doubt very seriously that anyone walked into a Barnes and Noble intending to purchase A Game of Thrones and accidentally walked out with A Quest of Heroes by mistake.

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    RJBlain says September 2, 2013

    I’ve read some of Martin. I didn’t enjoy it. I’ve seen the first series (unwillingly), which I also didn’t enjoy very much. I respect there are those who do like Martin’s books, just not for me.

    I peeked at the sample of the other series, but I didn’t find the writing engaging. I’ve read one of Rice’s other books, and frankly, it’s absolutely terrible.

    However, the article wasn’t about the actual books, but rather on the very obvious play on another author’s hard work, because there’s no doubt Rice’s series is attempting to ride on the tailcoats of another series.

    In your NCSI and CSI examples, they’re owned by the same group — it’s a franchise. These two book series are not associated.

    Frankly, I find Rice’s titling behavior a bit sleasy, as it’s very apparent it was done on purpose.

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      Charlie Beck says September 2, 2013

      Well actually i didnt delve that deeply into the 2 series it was just something that i came up with off the top of my head cuz the titles were similar. And im sure that, like myself, most people who watch the shows have no clue who produces or directs or whoever pays all the bills, they just watch them cuz they are good tv. Just like the books, people are gonna read one cuz it sounds good or cuz someone recommended it, not cuz of the title, so i dont see where this could benefit an author at all. I have never picked up a book and saw the title and said “wow now i have to read this book!!” And im sure you have proof that that is what the author and/or publisher was thinking huh? That that was their plan all along? To ride George’s tailcoats? Hahaha just dont see it!! So what if the titles are similar, go google wiki fantasy scifi books and there are tons of books with similar titles. Just dont see where all the animosity is coming from – couldnt just be from the titles right???? Did she not sign an autograph for you or what? I mean come on really? The titles?

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        RJBlain says September 2, 2013

        Perhaps my initial feelings on this is from the fact it’s a marketing stunt used all of the time?

        There is a restaurant near me called Housters. It uses the same font, same color, and same style as the Hooters restaurants. It isn’t a Hooters, but the first few times my husband and me saw it, we both assumed it was the same restaurant because of the similarities — then one of us noticed the u. I was likewise annoyed by the riding of the tailcoats by this establishment.

        Just my personal preference. I noticed the books because of their titles — because it really reminded me of Martin’s books. Not everyone is going to feel this way, of course. I just personally don’t like when someone does something of that nature with an entire series, following after the same pattern as an extremely successful author.

        Do I have proof? Of course not. That said, I have nothing personal against this author (or any other author I discuss on my blog.)

        I just discuss things that catch my attention.

        Instead of jumping in knee jerk reaction to the defense of this author, consider the base issue at hand — that authors will follow trends in order to try to catch the base appeal of another successful author.

        Think about Harry Potter and the plethora of magic school knock offs that followed immediately after. Twilight is another shining example of this. Around the time Harry Potter surged, there were quite a few series following the same titling scheme: Percy Jackson, being a notable example. There are others, but I don’t remember the names off hand. (And, I’m quite fond of the Percy Jackson and Harry Potter novels, and I noticed the naming schemes on both series as well. I was introduced to the Jackson novels at a much, much later time though — the fourth Jackson book was already out when I started the first.)

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          Charlie Beck says September 2, 2013

          Well im sure you would know more about the business side of this being an author yourself but like i said i have never read a book based solely on the title and ive read thousands of books and since “discussing” 🙂 this with you ive asked friends and family if they had either and couldnt find a single person that had. Maybe the next book i pick up will be by RJ Blain

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          RJBlain says September 2, 2013

          I’ve picked up books by their titles before. A few examples being “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, “Heroics for Beginners”, Phule’s Company (I appreciate puns in titles), and The Myth series (by Robert Aspirin). The Blue Roan child was a book where the title got my attention and I ended up buying after reading the description. A Bad Spell in Yurt I bought primarily because the title caught my attention.

          Titles are a very effective way to market to me — not everyone is like that, of course, but that’s cool too.

          That’s the beauty about people. Different things work for different folks. I’ll buy a book because of a really clever or interesting title, especially when backed by a good looking cover. I’ll just glance at the description and see if it looks interesting if it’s from a major publishing house. After sample if it’s indie.

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Charlie Beck says September 2, 2013

Well ive even turned my wife into a book freak and she usually doesnt even know the title of the book shes reading. Speaking of the Rice books it seems to me if anything she is trying to ride King Arthurs coattails cuz thats what i kept comparing it to when reading the 1st book. But they really are pretty good and not in any way comparable to the George RR Martin books except as you say the title, well maybe Ill give you book 2, but the plots are way different.

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    RJBlain says September 2, 2013

    She must have really changed her writing since the first book of hers I read — it was so bad I swore her off completely. If she changed her writing, good for her, though!

    Martin’s books are, I have to admit, rather epic in his ability to merge a somewhat fantastic world based on a real and historic past. I can’t stomach his writing style, but I really like looking at the comparisons between his plot lines and the historic events he based his books on.

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      Charlie Beck says September 3, 2013

      As far as “stomaching”, are you talking about all the vulgarity and gore and all that mess? Well i wouldnt want my kids getting a hold of one of my copies, but he is an incredible writer as is Jordan, Erikson, Rowling, Salvatore, Brooks, Goodkind – just to name a few – could name 50 more – will i be naming Blain to that list eh?

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        RJBlain says September 3, 2013

        Aye, the vulgarity and some other elements cross lines for me. He’s a talented writer. He’s a really talented writer!! But, I tend to not often read books I wouldn’t be willing to let a 8 year old get their hands on. Which Martin’s books definitely classify. It’s rather sad, as I do think he has a great deal of talent. I’m going to try one of his other series / novels to see if that trend for vulgarity is present in those books — if it’s not, I’d probably enjoy it.

        It’s a different sort of vulgarity than say, Stephen King. King I started reading at a really young age — The Stand was one of the first novels I read once I started exploring thick, heavy tomes. (I believe I was in the 5th grade when I read the Stand, as well as many of Crighton’s novels.)

        As for my writing?? I’m under no delusions I can even come close to the authors you’ve listed. I’m still learning, and I still have quite a way to go until I think I’m even remotely close. But, eh, I’ll be trying my damndest to try to get there, even if it doesn’t happen. 🙂

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          Charlie Beck says September 3, 2013

          Really? The Stand in the 5th grade? Wow! Loved that book but didnt get a hold of it until college. Probably would have been a different person today had I read it in the 5th grade tho 🙂 especially the scene where the deaf guy meets “moon” in that deserted town and has sex with that girl – cant remember their names its been years since that book- but ya they would have sent me home from summer camp the following summer – Hey speaking of King, have you ever read Robert McCammon? He has a book, Swan Song, that is very similar to The Stand and every bit as good but his best work is The Wolfs Hour -if not u should really check it out

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          RJBlain says September 3, 2013

          Yea, it’s a great book, especially the Lincoln Tunnel scene, which is still, to date, my favorite. The copy of The Stand I have is the original run, too, before he added the extras to it.It was funny, I didn’t learn how to really read until 4th grade, but when I did, I really dove in. I explored the library and read anything that looked even remotely interesting. I don’t remember why I picked The Stand, but I really enjoyed it. <3

          I haven't read McCammon, but if I see one of his books at the thrift store, I'll give it a whirl! 🙂

          It's funny, I'm usually really tolerant of gore and violence descriptions -- and things like pandemics, but some of the content of Martin's books just cross some invisible boundary for me. Which is particularly ironic because the only character I really like happens to be the imp. (I don't find sex to be vulgar, so much as it's overused in the books.) The twincest didn't do anything for me, that's for sure. Just not sure what it is that has me so completely turned off on the series.

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Charlie Beck says September 3, 2013

Ugh Im so ready for this Texas heat to be gone til next year! But anyway NO!!!!!! dont wait to find “Swan Song” and “The Wolf’s Hour” at a bargain book store -they are both in my top 5 of all time – If you love The Stand as much as i think you do, then you have to read Swan Song. You are absolutely correct about Tyrion the imp, hes the best character along with Jon Snow and Arya and that assassin that gave Arya the “3” names to whisper in his ear- that was my favorite part of the books right there! I hate it when all these critics compare books to Tolkien – I mean have they ever even read the books – they arent really all that good – the movies were awesome but the books……I gotta tell ya if Viggo Mortensen would have started spitting out all that poetry and singing in the movie I would have been done!!

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    RJBlain says September 4, 2013

    Well, it’s a time thing too — right now, I have a lot of client work, so I’m not reading much of anything for pure pleasure right now. Unfortunate, but I gotta read my client’s work first before I can read the books for fun and pleasure. 🙂

    It’ll be a few weeks until I get any significant chunks of time for reading, unfortunately. 🙁

    Ahh, sorry to hear about the heat. Montreal’s weather is really, really nice right now. 🙂

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      Charlie Beck says September 4, 2013

      Well ok i guess…. gotta work right? Wow Montreal eh? Must be nice – it doesnt start cooling off here til the end of October. We were in Chicago a coupla weeks ago and it was 30 degrees cooler than here and so nice – i love Chicago!!!! Its my favorite place – would love to live there. Was in Oregon about a month before that and its right up there with Chicago. So, if u dont mind my asking, are you an editor or publisher or something along those lines?

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        RJBlain says September 4, 2013

        I’m a developmental editor. I basically help other writers get their plot lines, character arcs, and world building in order in their novels. I help kill the plot bunnies, and things of that nature. 🙂 (Different than, say, an acquisitions editor, who works with a publishing house.) I work as a freelancer, so I’m not tied to any house, though I’ve had offers to work for small presses before.

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          Charlie Beck says September 4, 2013

          So you work with writers who self publish then? Or just get em headed in the right direction before they go off to publishing house? Any writers i might know?

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          RJBlain says September 4, 2013

          Bit of both. One of my clients has a contract with an agency and has one of her manuscripts on submit with the big houses. Others are in progress of self publishing.

          How much indie stuff do you read? Most of my clients are self-publishing at the moment. Self publishing has a lot to offer authors right now, so fewer and fewer people are going through the heartache of traditional publication. Which is good for me, in a way, because those who have full contracts with traditional publishers *usually* get developmental and copy and proofing editors on the house’s dime.

          (Not all though, that’s something that’s been changing a bit.)

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Charlie Beck says September 4, 2013

Well to be honest, I dont think I’ve ever read any indie…..that I’m aware of anyway. The indie stuff is usually what you deal with then? I’ve seen em in places but never tried one of em. Sounds like you are doing well for yourself then 🙂

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    Charlie Beck says September 5, 2013

    I really dont think Im even sure what indie is to tell u the truth

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      RJBlain says September 5, 2013

      Indie is independent; not associated with a publishing house, like Tor, DAW, or one of the big 5 houses out of new york — or even affiliated with a small press, like Curiosity Quills. 🙂

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        Charlie Beck says September 5, 2013

        Okay then ya i was on the same page – they have a section at a local bookstore – I was pretty sure thats what u were talkin about but just wanted to make sure – I was hoping you didnt take what I said the wrong way about doing well for yourself- was talkin about having a job where you get to do what you love doing – so are you a born canadian?

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          RJBlain says September 6, 2013

          No, I was born in the US and moved to Canada when I was 18. 🙂

          And I wasn’t offended at all, I figured that was what you meant.

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Charlie Beck says September 7, 2013

Hey I gotta ask you before I start reading about ole Blaise, does your book have a map? Cuz I’m a map freak! There has been many a time where I would not read a book or series due to lack of a map and on 3 separate occasions where I made my own map as I read along as in the case with little miss Morgan Rice, a trilogy by Lackey and Mallory, and a duology by Michael Stackpole. Not gonna keep me from reading it but like I said….. I’m weird about maps. 🙂

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    RJBlain says September 8, 2013

    If you hunt me down on google+, you can see my map collection in my photos 🙂

    Here are a few maps of the other continent in the same world — I haven’t worked much on the maps for The Eye of God yet. These are some of the maps from my upcoming book, Storm Without End, though:

    https://plus.google.com/115724768230571629148/posts/Q43EkchXVop
    https://plus.google.com/115724768230571629148/posts/V1AgmMCDWC9

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      Charlie Beck says September 8, 2013

      Thank you so much for sharing those – as I was looking through them, I was thinking ” Wow she’s as bad as I am about her maps” and as I got further into them I soon realized “No she’s way worse than I am about this”. But that, as far as I’m concerned, is a good thing 🙂 and very much appreciated. You are a very talented individual and I can tell that you have the drive and determination to go far in this business. So is your new book already completed?

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        RJBlain says September 8, 2013

        I’m currently editing Storm Without End, and also working on the second edition of The Eye of God, doing another round of cleanup edits from stuff my proofers and me missed in the first go around. 🙂 Storm Without End will release at the end of October / early November 🙂

        Depending on the complexity, some of the maps may be included in the e-book / print versions of the book, but I have to talk to my formatting whiz about that. If not, they’ll be available on my one website which is dedicated to my stories in general 🙂

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          Charlie Beck says September 8, 2013

          Just bought your book – I’m almost finished with the Death Gate Cycle series by Weis and Hickman and then I’m gonna see if Blaise will stand idle and leave the mortals to their own devices. 🙂 So I assume you self publish your books?

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          RJBlain says September 8, 2013

          Aye, I’m currently an indie author. <3 I had a few bites for agents, but nothing panned out. So, I'm learning the ropes, making my mistakes, and so on. At least now that I've seen the process with the first book, the second book will be better for it. 🙂 Thank you! I hope you enjoy the story.

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Charlie Beck says September 9, 2013

So where did the term “indie” originate?

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    RJBlain says September 9, 2013

    I suspect it’s just someone who got tired of typing “independent”. 🙂 Proof of that? Not a bit, but that’s what I think happened. No idea when it was coined, though.

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      Charlie Beck says September 9, 2013

      Ya that makes sense – so how do you get paid? Do you get paid for every book that is sold or what?

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        RJBlain says September 10, 2013

        Aye, I receive a percentage of the royalties for each book sold. The % I receive ranges from something like 35-70%, depending on which site the book sells from, and the location of the person buying the book.

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          Charlie Beck says September 10, 2013

          If I’m being too forward just tell me 🙂 how did your first book do? As far as sales that is? I haven’t even read it yet and I have been recommending it to friends, co-workers at the hospital, and family. 🙂

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          RJBlain says September 10, 2013

          I’ve had a total of about 50 sales so far, which isn’t bad for a debut. <3 In a week or two, I'll be releasing an updated version of the book with another round of proofing edits in, which'll be nice. <3 I should have the manuscript back from the proofer on Thursday or so.

          Thanks for the shout out, very appreciated. <3

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Charlie Beck says September 10, 2013

No its not bad at all- its 50 more than I’ll ever have sold. And your welcome 🙂 I can tell your a good person with a strong desire to see this thing through and I don’t mind helping at all……even though most of the people I know don’t have the same reading preferences as I do. 🙁 So how much different is the updated version from the copy that I purchased?

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    RJBlain says September 10, 2013

    It’s just basic corrections from things (lots of things) my original group of proofers missed. Some slight rewording of sentences for clarity, too. If you got on amazon, it should push through an update when it goes live. If you went through smashwords or another site, I can ping an updated copy to your email when it’s ready <3

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      Charlie Beck says September 10, 2013

      Ya I’m an amazon freak and I mean freak!! Get all my books through amazon kindle and also this past xmas did ALL of my personal shopping on amazon…..yep even my wifes gift 🙂 Unless there is a map that i can’t find online then I will buy a copy of a book for the map – cuz the kindle maps aren’t very good. Would you rather I wait til the update to read it then?

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        RJBlain says September 11, 2013

        Aye, if you don’t mind waiting until the update goes live. <3 I think it'll be a better read, at any rate. 🙂

        The print version doesn't have any maps, so don't worry about that. :3 SWE will probably have maps in the print edition, but I'll be making them available online as well.

        I know you're not much of a Tolkien fan, but have you seen the 2013 and 2012 hobbit moleskines? The maps in those are amazing.

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          Charlie Beck says September 11, 2013

          Nope I don’t mind waiting at all. I don’t hate Tolkien, just some of that poetry and singing didn’t agree with me. I mean without Tolkien where would we all be today. He paved the road for people to follow in his footsteps. And your right about the maps of Middle Earth, they are some of the best ever. In my opinion, Tolkien and Brook’s Shannara series have the best maps of any books. Well all the books I’ve read anyway. 😉

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          RJBlain says September 26, 2013

          Eeesh, sorry I’ve been so quiet over here. Super busy. Just got the update released yesterday, so it’s been a madhouse of busy 🙂

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Charlie Beck says October 10, 2013

Oh i completely understand- we just got back in town from Chicago – i want to live there so much – so is ur book that i purchased updated now or are u talking bout something else? Just read King’s new one “Doctor Sleep”. Not bad but the 1st one was soooo much better. People that just watched Kubrick’s movie are missing out on so much. “The Shining” is a classic!!!!!!

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    RJBlain says October 10, 2013

    Aye, Eye of God is all nice and updated now. 🙂

    The Shining is on my to-read list. After I get over my very sudden love affair with The Dresden Files. 😀

    And Storm Without End launches, which is going to happen at the end of the month! I so adore my new proofer, she’s amazing.

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      Charlie Beck says October 12, 2013

      Well that’s great! I’m excited for you! Good things happen to good people. And I’m excited to read something new and vibrant from a fresh young mind. I’ve read the other series by Butcher (Codex Alera) but not the Dresden series. However, I did watch the one season of it on tv. I really enjoyed it and wasn’t too pleased when it was cancelled. 🙁

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        Charlie Beck says November 6, 2013

        Never got a chance to read your book yet. A few hours after typing the last message I had a bad wreck on my dirtbike. I broke my left hip and had to have it replaced. I had major reconstruction knee surgery on my left knee. Fractured my left tibia and 3 ribs. Bit part of my tongue off and had a few teeth knocked out and some shattered. I was in the hospital for 12 days. But i intend to read it. Hope all is well with you guys.

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          RJBlain says November 6, 2013

          Yeeeeoowwwch! I hope you have a swift, uneventful recovery. Rest up, and take care of yourself! My brother in law had a major accident on his ski-doo a while back, and, just… ouch.

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Charlie Beck says November 15, 2013

Thank you- so far the worst part about all this has been all the dental work that I’m having done. My mother always made my brother and I take care of our teeth every morning and every night and that tradition still holds true. I never even had a cavity. Always went for my checkups and now……… I lost all of my incisors,1 canine, 4 premolars, and 2 molars, either by trauma or extraction. I always took pride in my pearly whites and now I’m gonna have 15 implants (8 of which are already in place). I don’t know if you have ever had any dental problems before but there is no greater pain than that of an angry tooth. Well for a man that is. I’ve been corrected by a few females over the past few days after telling my story. As I’m sure you know what they compared it with. But anyway, has your next book been released?

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    RJBlain says November 15, 2013

    Yes, it released on the 6th. :3 It’s called Storm Without End.

    Eh, pain is relative. If it hurts a lot for you, it hurts a lot for you. Good luck on your road to recovery! 🙂

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Stan Caltezza says February 8, 2014

I recently heard of Rice’s novels and I’m slightly interested since I’ve heard a lot of good reviews.

But I can’t shake the same feeling that the books are titled similar to A Song of Fire and Ice. It cheapens the marketing of the novels. It’s like finding a Zony Gamestation.

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