Would you like to play a fun game of Chinese checkers with us?
Generally this is a fun children’s game with very simple rules but for today we are going to change things up just a little bit.
Our opponent today has a rather vast knowledge of Chinese mythology and I am hoping that along with having fun we might also be able to learn something.
So for every move we make we get to ask Cindy a question.
What do you say are you ready to play?
Sacrifice, the sequel to Serpentine, plunges Skybright into the terrifying underworld where demons are bred and whisks her up to the magnificent Mountain of Heavenly Peace where the gods dwell.
Stone is stripped of his immortal status and told to close hell's breach, which mysteriously remains open, threatening mortals.
Zhen Ni, Skybright's former mistress and friend, has been wed to the strange and brutish Master Bei, and finds herself trapped in an opulent but empty manor. When she discovers half-eaten corpses beneath the estate, she realizes that Master Bei is not all that he seems.
As Skybright works to free Zhen Ni with the aid of Kai Sen and Stone, they begin to understand that what is at risk is more far-reaching then they could ever have fathomed.
B: What is the inspiration behind this series?
C: A strong focus on female friendship, and an exploration behind the idea of monstrous women.
B: If someone searched your computer today, what would be the strangest thing they found due to book research?
C: Oh gosh, I don’t even know. Perhaps my email to my old university roommate about how corpses rot? :O
B: Which of your character has been the hardest to write?
C: I’d have to say that Kai Sen was the most challenging for me. It wasn’t until after my first draft of Sacrifice that I realized he needed to be a main point of view character. It took longer for us to get to know each other, and for me to truly understand him.
B: Do you know how to play Chinese Checkers? Are you any good at it?
C: I don’t! I’m not very good with any type of board game. In fact, I consistently lose at Scrabble! You’d think I’d do better as a writer, but nope! ha!
B: When it comes to carnival rides, do you like the slow, scenic type rides, or the fast, thrilling rides?
C: I love loop-de-loops but cannot do freefall to save my life! That stomach lurching drop feeling is not a thrill that I think. I do enjoy easy scenic rides too!
Have you ever played Chinese Checkers?
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