Thank you, Nathan Lowell

Ravenwood by Nathan Lowell
Ravenwood, my favorite book by Nathan Lowell, is the first book in his Tanyth Fairport Adventures fantasy trilogy. The heroine is a strong, independent woman who has traveled for twenty winters to learn all she can about herbs and medicinal plants. She is a woman of integrity and compassion and that guides her actions in all of her adventures from when she first stops to help a village in need of a healer and on into Zypheria’s Call and The Hermit of Lammas Woods.

I was struggling with adding a RSS feed to our gratitude blog last night so Jamey suggested that I ask Nathan Lowell as he uses it regularly for his podcasts. Even though he was working on his current book Suicide Run (the follow-up to Milk Run) in his Smugglers Tales series, Nathan took the time to work through with me the issues I was having and even researching the link that I needed to get things working.   I have added a RSS Feeder Info page to our blog to try to assist others who may be having similar issues.

If you are not familiar with Nathan’s work, he is the author of one of my favorite series – The Tanyth Fairport Adventures in addition to the space opera series The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper.     If you have read and enjoyed any of his books in the latter series, he does have an active Facebook group devoted to it.    Those who join get their own sponge number and become part of a group of intelligent and sometimes quirky Nathan Lowell fans who post regularly on various topics related to his Solar Clipper series.  

Thank you again, Nathan, for taking the time to help Jamey and me figure out what we were missing on our RSS feed.  Your help was greatly appreciated.

Note:  While many of our gratitude posts will be on what we appreciate about our cats who are an integral part of our daily lives, another common topic will be things that make life easier or more enjoyable for us.  Since Jamey and I are both avid readers, from time to time we will write about favorite authors and books as we are very grateful indeed to the authors who have given us so many hours of reading pleasure.