Most Silver Tongue [2020 Silmaril Awards] | sharing a post from Kyle Robert Shultz

Knights, travelers, and unexpected (but welcome) guests, behold: the 2020 Silmaril Award for Most Silver Tongue! The Silmaril Awards honor fantasy characters every fall. This year’s ceremony features two Goldstone characters, one of which won! (Hint: he’s my favorite Knight. *grins*)

I am sorry to report that due to circumstances beyond our control, today’s ceremony to announce the winner of the Most Silver Tongue Silmaril in the 2020 Silmaril Awards has been cancelled. There was an unfortunate failure in the magical countermeasures intended to prevent any untoward incidents at this year’s Silmaril Awards, resulting in the…

The 2020 Silmaril Awards: The Most Silver Tongue Award Ceremony — Kyle Robert Shultz

Goldstone Wood around the internet

Many non-Wordpress bloggers and reviewers have talked about the Tales! Here are some links.

Knights of Farthestshore does not necessarily agree with or support all content and views on posts linked below (especially in ads and other articles linked to on each site). Read/browse with discretion.

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A Love Letter to the Tales of Goldstone Wood | a post from Penprints by Rosalie Valentine

Rosalie talks about her love for the Tales.

I first heard about the Tales of Goldstone Wood while with my cousins eight years ago. Brittany, my eldest cousin, showed me a beautiful book she had picked up for just a few dollars at a little bookstore. It had one of the loveliest covers I had ever seen. It was titled Heartless, and it […]

A Love Letter to the Tales of Goldstone Wood [yeah, it’s a fangirl post] — Penprints

Tales of Goldstone Wood | posts by Christine Smith

Check out Christine Smith’s blog for lots of posts featuring characters, books, and settings from the tales!

Christine Smith

posts featuring the Tales

review of Heartless

review of A Branch of Silver, A Branch of Gold on Fairy Tale Central

Silmaril Awards: Most Mischievous Imp | a post from Short & Snappy by Madeline J. Rose

Eanrin makes an appearance in this awards ceremony.

The day has come. I swallow, nerves and excitement warring in my stomach. The contestants are hanging out behind the curtains as I wait for the proper signal to send Pippin out. I glance back at the unusual group. Pippin is making rounds, introducing himself to each of the nominees and chatting with them a […]

And the Winner is… // Winner of the Most Mischievous Imp Award! — Short & Snappy

Coloring Book Release! | a post by H.S.J. Williams

Hannah S.J. Williams illustrated the official Tales of Goldstone Wood coloring book. Check out her post to learn more!

For years, my favorite book series has been the magical Tales of Goldstone Wood. And now, I am thrilled to announce that I have released the official coloring book! It was incredible to work on all 32 illustrations, and I hope you will enjoy happy hours of coloring them. Now up on Amazon! A perfect […]

Coloring Book Release!

Fan Art Friday: Prince of Night | a post by H.S.J. Williams

Hannah shares a piece of fanart featuring Imoo, the Prince of Night!

I’ve wanted to do a fan art of this faerie prince for a looooooooong time ever since I first met him in A Branch of Silver, A Branch of Gold by Anne Elisabeth Stengl. So here he is….Prince of Night, Son, Brother….Imoo Tau. […]

Fan Art Friday–Prince of Night —

Mystery Blogger Award | a post from Project Pursue Wisdom by C.M.

C.M. talks about the Tales in this tag.

Don’t worry, folks! I have a real post-review coming up. It’s currently in the oven waiting for the yeast to work through and rise so we can all enjoy a properly done, soft, fluffy final product. 🙂 In the meantime, The (Awesome) Story Sponge has generously nominated me for The Mystery Blogger Tag! Well, technically, […]

Something New: First Tag – The Mystery Blogger Award-Tag — Project Pursue Wisdom

5 Favourite Character Types | a post from To be a Shennachie

This post mentions the Dame and Eanrin!

It’s undeniable that one of the greatest joys of reading is finding a friend in a character. Personalities seem to transcend the page; paper and ink nearly becomes flesh and blood. I find that many of my favourite characters tend to fall into certain ‘types’. The Curmudgeon There is something in the curmudgeonly character that […]

5 Favourite Character Types — To be a Shennachie

10 Favourite Fictional Mothers | a post from To be a Shennachie

This post includes a mention of Lady Hymlume, a beloved (if confusing) character from the Tales!

In honour of the upcoming Mother’s Day, I decided to make a list of my favourite fictional mothers. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to make a list of mothers in fiction since, like fictional fathers, they do not have a very good survival rate, but I have found ten that deserve mention. 1. Lady Hymlume, The Tales […]

10 Favourite Fictional Mothers — To be a Shennachie