Talk:Elaine Cunningham

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While Gorlist may be a valid mention in the parentheses after the Starlight and Shadows listing, I don't think Zz'Pzora is worth mentioning. She's a rather minor character all in all, and only appears in the first book of the trilogy. Dalkaen 22:26, May 5, 2005 (UTC)

She is by far one of the most exciting characters from the series though. The reason I included them both was because they were both mentioned above. And the reaosn I mentioned them both above was because I was trying to reflect the diversity of some of the characters Ms Cunningham brought to life. I don't think it detracts much to mention Zz'Pzora, and it contributes some information, however unimportant. I asked Elaine herself if she was okay with what was written in this wikipedia entry when I first made it, being in contact with her at the time, and she said she was pleased with it and particularly liked my mentions of Zz'Pzora and her cats. Hence why I'm rather fond of it. -Erolos 23:02, 5 May 2005 (UTC)
I'm certainly not debating that she's an interesting character, and considering the circumstances, we can forget I ever brought it up. ;) I did feel, however, that it was important to include Fyodor, as he's a rather major character. -Dalkaen 23:54, May 5, 2005 (UTC)
Agreed ;P -Erolos 11:40, 6 May 2005 (UTC)

EverQuest novels[edit]

I have an EverQuest novel, "EverQuest: The Blood Red Harp, a novel by Elaine Cunningham", copyright 2006 by Sony Computer Entertainment, by Elaine Cunningham 1957-, published by CDS Books / Perseus Distribution, ISBN 13: 978-1-59315-224-6. Inside three other titles in the EverQuest series are listed, "The Rogue's Hour", "Ocean of Tears", and "Truth and Steel". They appear to be out of publication. I wasn't sure if these would be good to add to the bibliography. Scheibel (talk) 06:54, 26 June 2013 (UTC)

Sure, why not. (talk) 12:02, 26 June 2013 (UTC)