THE RUNAWAY QUEEN is now available! Bathtub!Magnus and revolutionary!France for your enjoyment.
Friends, I am excited. As you may know, I have been working on a series called THE BANE CHRONICLES, based on Cassie Clare’s books—specifically, on the adventures of Magnus Bane.
My first offering in the series, THE RUNAWAY QUEEN, is NOW OUT.
It has everything a story really requires: Revolutionary Paris, a hot air balloon, great clothes, huge wigs, moving furniture, dashing counts, and a monkey. Oh, and the queen. And some vampires. And other stuff.
YOU MIGHT LIKE IT.
And here is a piece of ART created by Cassandra Jean after she read the story. BATHTUB MAGNUS. You’re welcome.
I missed this when CJ put it up! This is beautiful Sebastian fanart and there are some essay-length smart comments in the reblogs. Readers constantly amaze me! And it is indeed the central question about Jonathan/Sebastian.
Sebastian from The Mortal Instruments (written by@CassieClare!)
Is his personality nature or nurture - or both?!
So many Circle pictures. ;)
Can’t you two losers take one normal picture? (Says the photographer inside my head.)
Robert Lightwood and Michael Wayland being unruly teenagers?
Thank you for making our lives magical and meaningful.
Wow, I am really touched to be in this list. *reaches down, whaps John on the head*
So Cassandra Jean has finished the complete Shadowhunter Tarot, so for the next … seventy-something days I’ll be posting a card a day (okay, maybe not every day — I tend to get distracted!) in order, from the first card to the last. Some will be under spoiler cuts; some you’ll have seen before — I’ll explain why each character has the card they have.
Sebastian takes the Death card. Death is a card in the tarot that promises enormous change. It seems fitting for Sebastian, who is intent on bringing change to the Shadowhunter world, come hell or high water.
I like that Cassandra Jean has incorporated both the dark Cup and the bones of a horse, considering the passage from Revelations: “And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.”
The full Young Circle! Valentine, Jocelyn, Hodge, Luke, Stephen, Amatis, Celine, Michael, Maryse, and Robert.
The Young Circle! (part 3 of 3)
Taadaa! Their Mottos were written by @CassieClare!