The release of the final instalment to our beloved The Raven Cycle last April was undeniably bittersweet. We were so grieved that we needed the whole of eight months to mourn before we could publish this post. Okay, not entirely true. Our absence from Cabeswater was majorly held liable by our senior year demands and graduation (and starting university and adjusting to a new life and basically every other empty excuse you can think of).
Despite everything, we are here to talk about it now! And you know what they say, better to be late than never. Continue reading “5 Honest Comments on The Raven King”
So we know we promised we’d be back by June (time check: it’s almost December), but hey — the best promises are the ones worth breaking, right?
Long story short, we graduated high school this June and we are now taking our first steps into full-blown adulthood. As it turns out, there was a lot more that we had to deal with as we go through this phase of transition from pesky teenagers into “responsible” adults. All of which you can read more about in our newly updated Meet The Writers page.
Finally, after nearly a year, Cabeswater is up and running again! Continue reading “Finally!”
Here are some books, movies, and TV shows that you can look forward to in 2016.
“And now we welcome the new year, full of things that have never been.”
– Rainer Maria Rilke
As we reach the end of 2015, we look back at this year’s infamous gems. Netflix and Chill anyone? How about another tissue to mourn #9MonthsWithoutZayn? Continue reading “A 2016 Checklist For You”
In celebration of our first official blog post and in anticipation of the conclusion to Maggie Stiefvater’s enigmatic The Raven Cycle, we are listing our thoughts on what might, and what would hopefully, happen in The Raven King.
In celebration of our first official blog post and in anticipation of the conclusion to Maggie Stiefvater’s enigmatic The Raven Cycle, we are listing our thoughts on what might, and what would hopefully, happen in The Raven King. Here we go:
Continue reading “All Hail the Raven King”