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R.M. Archer
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@andrew We’ve had redheaded woodpeckers around here on occasion. One flew into our large dining room window once while I was standing at it, so that was memorable.

Thanks! Yes, I’ve read the first Percy Jackson series. That’s actually part of what first ignited my interest in mythology. I started the second series a couple of years later but didn’t enjoy it as much and didn’t even finish the first book. His Kane Chronicles trilogy is also good, though! It focuses on Egyptian mythology. His Magnus Chase series focuses on Norse mythology, but I found it rather so-so. He’s also begun collaborating with other authors to publish books about other mythologies—he has a publishing line called “Riordan Presents”—but I haven’t had the opportunity to look into any of those.

Fantasy/dystopian/sci-fi author. Mythology nerd. Worldbuilding enthusiast. Singer. Fan of classic literat

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