Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Translations From Jorthus Series by Ruth Davis Hays




Today on the Fantastic Blog Tour, the bus is stopping once more in Kississimmee, Florida at the home of the fabulous Ruth Davis Hays. Ruth spoke to her characters recently and they answered a few questions for us.

Ladies first, so let's begin with Lylith Antinon, protagonist from The Translations from Jorthus series.


Today on the Fantastic Blog Tour, the bus is stopping once more in Kississimmee, Florida at the home of the fabulous Ruth Davis Hays. Ruth spoke to her characters recently and they answered a few questions for us.
Ladies first, so let's begin with;Lylith Antinon, protagonist from The Translations from Jorthus series.


What is your biggest fear?
I fear losing those I care about most.

What would you give up everything to have?
Complete knowledge of the universe, seeing worlds beyond number. That would be wondrous.

What is the biggest mistake you've ever made and are you going to be able to rectify it?
I’m not sure. At the moment, I would say that I regret becoming a victim of passion. I underestimated the emotions involved and the lingering lusts. It can be devastating to both involved when the relationship is severed.

What food would you never eat?
I believe I would try anything. When visiting new cultures, one can’t be too picky. I might insult my host.

You've dressed to impress. What are you wearing?
Nothing, actually. I don’t need clothes. This thick filmy substance that clings to my skin is a manifestation of the majiks. It can change shape on my whim. It’s quite fun, unless I fall unconscious. Then, I need a cover.

What one thing have you found unattainable thus far in your life?
Having a child.

What is about to change for you?
My understanding of my place in this world of Jorthus.

Where do you live?
I stay in my family tower in the northern Arbin Forest, mostly.

Who are you?
I am a magda, a sengheir. That is to say, I use spellsongs to weave matter into whatever I need. I commune with the spirits of nature and the world around me. I seek wisdom and peace.

What do you see when you look in the mirror?
I don’t have a mirror. But, I would have to say…a woman on the verge of eternity; excitement and a touch of longing.

Who do you hate and why?
No one. 


THE DAWNSTONE  Translations from Jorthus:  Book One
Paperback:  http://www.amazon.com/The-Dawnstone-Tale-Translations-Jorthus/dp/1442109262/
On Kindle:  http://www.amazon.com/Dawnstone-Tale-Translations-Jorthus-ebook/dp/B007YJ75DK/
On Nook:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dawnstone-tale-ruth-davis-hays/1108335940?ean=2940016323398

THE CONVERGENCE  Translations from Jorthus:  Book Two

Paperback:  http://www.amazon.com/Convergence-Translations-Jorthus-Two/dp/1450514553/

On Kindle:  http://www.amazon.com/The-Convergence-Translations-Jorthus-ebook/dp/B0080PROT2/

On Nook:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-convergence-translations-from-jorthus-ruth-davis-hays/1110615306?ean=2940014358088

THE EXCURSION Translations from Jorthus:  Book Three

Coming soon to Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com


1 comment:

RachelRueben said...

Interesting interview Dellani, I especially love interviews with characters not from our world!

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