Celebrating the release of Irascible Immortals Short Story Series Volume 4-6, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.
Book club questions Irascible Immortals Short Story Series Volume 4-6
- What do you think of Cupid?
- What do you think of Xochipilli’s actions?
- What do you think of all the cats at the convention?
- What do you think of Kit?
- What do you think of Apollo?
- What do you think of the different pantheons rubbing shoulders?
- Did you like the fact that the moon goddess, Cynthia, decided that Poseidon and Pan have to clean up their act?
- Do you think that there is pantheon discrimination? In other words, that Greek gods get more attention from humans than the others?
- What do you think about the Warp? (The situation caused by Pan and Poseidon.)
- How do you think the story continues?
About the book
Immortals + Boredom = Catastrophe.
Something old and dangerous is waking, making the immortals act out on their crazier instincts.
When love gods get together for a convention, things are bound to get out of hand. Especially when Cupid keeps showing off and the Aztec god of love and games turns everything into a competition. Yue-Lao only showed up to get Aine’s attention, yet he gets pulled into the madness.
Yue Lao and Cupid exchange roles to the detriment of mortals.
Kit has had a full life playing tricks on mortals and immortals alike. But the Age of Information has taken the fun out of everything. She’s tired. She’s bored. Just one thing bothers her: Apollo. When Apollo’s antics threaten the peace between pantheons, only Kit can stop bloodshed with her trickery. But does she really want to?
Bast, Apollo and a Kitsune out-prank each other – leading to a blood bath.
Cynthia, moon goddess and protector of Earth, has issued an ultimatum: either Poseidon and Pan clean up their act, or the Norse pantheon will take over their duties. As the Greek god of storms and water realises the full extent of the damage done to his domain, can he keep his cool or will his notorious temper get the better of him?
Pan and Poseidon compete to clean up the land and waters respectively, causing more destruction in their wake.
They are all so busy with their own stuff, they don’t even realise what is really going on…
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Mist solidified and he stepped into a building. The banner across the entrance hall read: ‘Welcome to the Centennial Love God Conference.’ Yue-Lao sighed softly and adjusted his robes hitching up under his backpack.
‘Hey, man! Long time, no see.’ Cupid, in an adolescent incarnation, high-fived him and had him do a series of ridiculous handshakes and fist-bumps.
‘I see you are over your cherubic infant phase,’ Yue-Lao said, taking in the boy’s ripped jeans, pink t-shirt and gelled blond hair.
‘Nah, it’s still great for the brand. But I heard Prende is going to be here…’ Cupid answered with a wicked grin.
Yue-Lao rolled his eyes. Three conferences past, Cupid had decided to woo every love goddess in attendance. Only Prende had given him the stink-eye – and made herself irresistible to the Roman god of love, desire, attraction and affection.
‘Talismans and weapons here,’ said a cat sitting on a desk in front of a large closet that served as the armoury. Heart-shaped confetti littered the table.Russian Roulette, Irascible Immortals Short Story Series Volume 4-6
Blog posts about the book:
- Book Club Questions: The Irascible Immortals Series Collection #books #fantasy #IrascibleImmortals
- Whirlwind Publishing #writerslife #IrascibleImmortals #IWSG
- Being Irascible #IWSG
Book Club posts for individual books:
- Book Club Questions: Russian Roulette #newrelease #IrascibleImmortals #darkfantasy
- Book Club Questions: Blaze of Glory #newrelease #IrascibleImmortals #darkfantasy
- Book Club Questions: Symphony of Destruction #IrascibleImmortals #DarkFantasy #NewRelease
Folklore blog posts:
- Pegasus: The Father of the Winged Horses #Folklore
- Pale Light: Moon Folklore #AtoZChallenge #folklore
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