I hope that those of you who celebrated Thanksgiving last Thursday had a wonderful time and aren't feeling distressed about overindulging in delicious food.
Those who have cherished The Wheel of Time for years have assuredly experienced a myriad of emotions while reading. We may have chucked the books across the room in frustration or cheered with triumphant glee. The fans in our General Wheel of Time Discussion forum would like to know about the moments that made you laugh out loud. Which scenes tickled your funny bone?
If you are a fan of George R.R. Martin, you know that the waiting time between books can be long. A thread in our General Discussion forum poses an interesting question: Do you think Martin's slower writing pace will affect book sales of other authors?
It's rare to find a thread so popular that it has been actively posted in for years, but you need look no farther than the Band of the Red Hand Social Group's Music Game for an example. Come check out the fun!
The Shayol Ghul Social Group is playing a rousing game of Truth or Dare. What crazy antics are they up to now?
Those role players must have caught on that I am drawn to the stories with the juiciest titles. A new role play called Secrets has already sparked my curiosity.
If you're in a Seanchan mood, check out the role play entitled The Test is Never Wrong and the A'dam Doesn't Lie. It follows the same characters we met in From Human to Property a few weeks ago.
If you go here and download issue 300 of The Drink Tank, look for article #273. Our very own Jennifer Liang has written about how we can try to get Robert Jordan a posthumous Hugo Award. For more news like this, check us out on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+.