Posted in Book

The Grasp of Time Released!

On November 18th, the first chapter of Eila Corbin’s journey entered the world, resembling only the barest fragments of its original, oral tale shared between a wordsmith (Demers) and a tale spinner (Wood).

Eila Corbin, a modern-day university student, is pulled into a fantastical future where magic and technology are at odds, and mythical beings live among the mundane. While Eila avoids the deadly hands that brought her through time, she finds help from a dwarf, a dragon, and a love that cannot return with her.

The Grasp of Time is the first volume in the new-adult slipstream series, Amakai. This series is linked to coloring pages and invites readers to interact with the story.

The Grasp of Time is available for purchase in print on Amazon, and on Kindle and Nook. The book features eight coloring pages by Emily P. Fuller, cover illustration by Natasha Swan, and editing by Ellen Klowden.

 

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Posted in Soundtrack

Soundtrack to The Grasp of Time

If you enjoy a musical pairing with your reading, we’ve assembled a mix tape “soundtrack” to listen to while devouring The Grasp of Time.

  1. Ordinary World by Duran Duran
  2. Slavery and Suffering by Red Army Choir
  3. Saturn, Bringer of Old Age by Gustav Holst
  4. The Ramblin’ Rover by Silly Wizard
  5. Nuages Gris by Liszt
  6. Young Offender by New Order
  7. Dissolved Girl by Massive Attack
  8. Skin by Madonna
  9. The Beast by Concrete Blonde
  10. Hotel by Tori Amos
  11. Life in Mono by Mono
  12. Vanilla by Gackt
  13. Enough by Gravity Kills
  14. Major Tom (in German)
  15. Frosti by Bjork
  16. Dream Set by The Wicked Tinkers
  17. Take Me On by a-ha
  18. Donald McGillavry by Silly Wizard
  19. Take the A Train by Duke Ellington
  20. Opium by Emilie Simon
  21. Charlene by Bjork
  22. Wrong by Depeche Mode
  23. Come Undone by Duran Duran
  24. Lacrimosa by Mozart
  25. I Remember by deadmau5 & Kaskade
  26. To Dream Away by Numantra
  27. Konaprivade by Vladimir Vysotsky
  28. Joga by Bjork
  29. Take On Me by a-ha
  30. Ever So Lonely / Eyes / Ocean by Sheila Chandra
  31. A Thousand Years by Sting
  32. Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens
  33. Ebla by E.S. Posthumus
  34. Home by Depeche Mode
  35. Bones by MsMr
  36. Roads by Portishead
  37. Time by David Bowie
  38. Prima Nocta by Serge and Francoise Goddeeris
  39. Into Dust by Mazzy Star
  40. Thinking About Tomorrow by Beth Orton

Robin and Raven own none of the songs or their corresponding videos and encourage you to seek out the artists you enjoy to purchase their albums to help support their art, as you’ve helped support ours.