Author T. M. Sulsona Interview and $50.00 Amazon Gift Card Contest LIVE Here!

Stories from the Mist: The Colubrii: AwakeningBBB: Tell us 3 things not in your bio we don’t know about you that might make us leery of befriending you. LOL

TMS: Hmm. I’m really a harmless person. Let’s see….okay. I play World of Warcraft. I’m obsessed with it. I also have a pair of dragons tattooed on the backs of my shoulders. I also put Ketchup on my scrambled eggs. You shaking in your boots yet?

BBB: What actors would you choose to play some of your characters if your book were made into a movie or a TV show?

TMS: Oh boy. This is a difficult question because I honestly don’t watch television, so I’m not familiar with a lot of actors and actresses that are out there. If it were up to me, Darien (the lead alpha Centaur in “The Sagittary”) could be played by Jason Mamoa….or a beefed up David Gandy. His mate, Tessa, could be played by Salma Hayek. Now, for “The Colubrii,” the closest I’ve found that looks like Venom in my head would be the late model, Matthias Streitweiser. He was just too damn sexy for words. And for Mally, someone along the lines of Sandra Bullock or Megan Fox–someone with a playful nature.

BBB: How do you keep track of your world building?

TMS: Sticky notes. They make the world go round…and probably hold it together too! But seriously, I do everything from post-it notes to keeping a folder of ideas and scenes that my Muse gives me. I see things in scenes and unfold my stories as if you were watching a movie.

BBB: Please tell us more about The Colubrii: Awakening and the storyline that drives it.

TMS: The Colubrii: Awakening is about a woman who yearns for her own life, her own identity. She is owned by a controlling man, one who has dictated every minute of her life. One who refuses to tell her of her past or where she comes from. An incident at a local animal shelter where she volunteers changes all that and begins an awakening to who and what she really is. Enter Venom, the dark and sexy leader of the Sodalis Colubers or Society of Serpents. Mally is introduced to him and he begins the process of showing her what she is capable of and of where she truly belongs. She discovers that she is the light in a truly dark world.

BBB: How many more books there be in this world?

TMS: My novels come under a collective heading of “Stories from the Mist” but are, at this time, unrelated to one another. I have two more currently in process. If my muse feeds me more info, it is possible that anyone of these could branch off into a series. But for now, they are stand-alone stories that are outside of the normal ‘paranormal/fantasy’ box. If you’re looking for something out of the norm, these would be a nice escape for you. 🙂

BBB: Did you do any kind of research to determine the details of your characters lives / lifestyles?

TMS: Oh yes. I love to do research and almost every aspect of my stories have some factual basis to them…from the greek mythology in “The Sagittary” to the characteristics of my characters in The Colubrii: Awakening. Even the names I choose tie in to their stories. I keep all my research in 3-ring binders.

BBB: Are you a plotser or a panster? or a Planster (a combo of both – lol)

TMS: I’m definitely a pantster. I find plotting to be too laborious and technical for me. I think you should just tell a story as it comes to you. I do have an idea of what I am going to write when I sit down at the computer as I get scenes handed to me by The Muse. I write out the scenes when I get them and throw them into a folder on the laptop. I then start rearranging them into a cohesive story.

BBB: What types of creatures can readers expect in your world?

TMS: No vampires, werewolves or zombies. My worlds have those creatures that are not your normal shape-shifting beasties such as Centaurs and Serpents. The two manuscripts I’m working on now have Avalars, or winged warriors, and Dragons.

BBB: What’s coming up for you in 2013 and 2014?

TMS: I hope to have my next novel, “Daughter of the Aire” out by the end of 2013, and the one behind that, “Three Breaths of the Dragon” out sometime in 2014.

Read the first chapter of The Colubrii: Awakening here:

Author Bio:
T. M. Sulsona resides in New Jersey with her husband of 24 years, her daughter and her son, and their ever-faithful dog. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching movies, playing the piano, oil painting and traveling.

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  1. I see that you play WoW, have you tried Minecraft yet? 😀

    • LOL Steph! No, not yet. But my son is an avid player and has all the DLCs. I’m not sure I need to get shanghied into another computer game…WoW takes up all my time!

      And my apologies to everyone…I’m at work right now and will get to everyone’s questions once I get home! Sorry!!

  2. Hi! 🙂 Okay, I have a stupid question that popped in the old noggin when I was reading up above, but given I always try to come up with something different to be different, I know this fits the bill… so, do you have a favorite type of post-it note? Me, definitely have all shapes and sizes and colors, because I just love office supplies of all types, but wondering if for you, it has to be something in particular, or if not in general, just for writing.

    See, totally different! 🙂


    • And your questions –

      1 – oh print, most definitely.
      2 – creatures to see – just anything that gives something a different take or story is fine. Haven’t a clue if there are actually any other paranormal beings out there that a person can write about, but as with anything, just give something some sort of new look or voice or whatever.
      3 – Well, most of what I get are from autobuy authors… as for new/new to me, it can come from general sites/blogs from here, publishers/authors on Twitter/Facebook, or I get introduced to an author by getting a book to review. Discovered at least one author that I can think of right now that way. 🙂


      • fixing a typo – that would be general sites/blogs like from here. Think one should learn already to slow down and read what one’s writing… LOL One day. 😉


  3. What are your favorite paranormal/fantasy movies or tv series?

    • Hi Minna! I am an avid fan of Game of Thrones on HBO. I can’t wait for season 3 to begin. I also loved Moonlight that used to be on TV a year or so ago. I don’t watch much TV at all…and I love OnDemand 🙂

  4. Shapeshifters and dragons.
    I prefer ink and paper books.

  5. When did you know you wanted to be a writer?
    And.. what’s your favourite kind of genre to READ?

    • Hi Ermira! I’m not sure if there was actually a point in my life when I said, “Ah-ha! I want to write!” but I’ve been a storyteller since I was a child. I loved to relay stories verbally; it wasn’t until High School that I started to write stories that involved my group of friends (as the characters) in strange and fantasy-like places. When I was pregnant with my daughter, I finally sat myself down at a computer and started putting one of them down on paper. That first story, “Three Breaths of the Dragon” is still not finished and will hopefully be the fourth book out from the Mist. It deals with a lovely Green Dragon named Jarred. 🙂

      As for genre, I cut my reading teeth on Stephen King and Anne Rice. It wasn’t until about 6 or 7 years ago that I was introduced to the wonderful world of the paranormal romance. There’s been no looking back since then!

  6. In reading and writing – what are three characteristics that are a must for a heroine and hero.

    • Hey Raonaid! Three characteristics my hero must have are:

      1. A flaw of some sort.
      2. The ability (eventually) to see the other side of a coin.
      3. And to be *ahem* well-endowed. *blushes*

      My heroine must have:

      1. Some sort of internal issue to deal with that can be resolved either by herself (eventually) or with the help of her mate.
      2. Is plain jane like and not a Barbie Doll. My women are not ‘drop dead gorgeous’ (although they might be to their males ;)) and they are not a size 3.
      3. The ability to stand up to an Alpha.

  7. Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories?

    GRRRR! I was typing and my web page reloaded, deleting my post.

    Okay, again, I am not too enamored with vampires and werewolves, honestly. There are some authors that I like, that keep me from totally write both off when I feel they are too cliche.

    LOL other creatures… okay you asked for it… DARK ELVES aka drows. Would love to see more of them in writing. I’m a drow geek. LOL. Or elves. I’m an elf nut. Dragons of course…Unicorns, valkyries,

    • Ohmigawd! Have you read any of Jet Mykles stuff? She is all about the Dark Elves/Drows!!! Total erotic reads. If you’ve never checked them out, you really must. I love the Drows…..mmmmmmm……. *loses train of thought*

  8. Books vs. E-Readers. Everyone has an opinion as to which is better. I love the smell and feel of a new book in my hands. But at the same time, I can’t beat the compact simplicity of traveling with a Kindle. What is your favorite?

    Though I have a kindle 2 I still prefer and LOVE my paperbook. Too much drama with ebooks. Plus if I want to loan out my paperbacks I can

  9. Robert L. Stubbs Jr.

    Whats your favorite character to play in World of Warcraft? Mine was the Hunter.

    • Hey Robert!!!

      *opens pocket and lets the Game Geek out*

      I have a level 90 Night Elf Druid and and a level 90 Dranei Shadow Priest. My Druid used to be my main, but I much prefer the Shadow Priest as they kick ass. I’m currently working on getting my gear level above 460 and will start running raids probably this week. I’ve got various other toons–Rogue, Shammy, Holy Priest, and a Monk, but I’m mostly on my SP. I’m on the Medivh server…so friend me if you’re ever on!

      *reins back in the geek*

  10. I would love to know if anyone seeks out indy/self published books more now that the marketplace has opened up, or do you still seek reads from the usual mainstream publishers? How do you choose your next book for your ‘to be read’ pile? Word of mouth? Book review sites? Wandering down the aisles of your local bookstore?

    Really I pay little attention to who publishes what. Mostly it is the authors I pay attention to. So if an author I love chose to go indie, I would buy it because I love the author and their worlds.

    Never book review sites. Usually what others love I tend to be bored and/or dislike it. What they dislike I absolutely love. Yeah I’m skewed. Wish we had a book store here. Borders closed down *sad face* and I heard B&N said we were too small for them to think about moving in… And I’m not a fan of BAM

    Mostly from selective friends. And sometimes from authors suggesting friends or authors they love to read.

    • Our Borders shut down too! I was in mourning for weeks. WEEKS!! It still stands there, empty. Very sad. My closest book store is now 30 minutes or so away and that stinks.

  11. If you could live in any literary world (even yours) which would you choose and what would your role be. Or would you choose to become one of the set characters?

    See I would love to live in Mercedes Lackey’s Valdemar world. I would not know what to be.. a shin’a’in, hawkbrother, or herald.

    • Wow….this is a tough question. There are soooo many series that I love and would love to live in their worlds….Black Dagger Brotherhood, Midnight Breeds, Psy-Changelings. And of course, I would want to be one of the mates to any of those males….holy cow. That would be a dream come true. Even if it were fake….cause you sure as hell don’t meet guys like that in my world. Woof.

  12. Robert L. Stubbs Jr.

    I think I would like to see someone do werebears in a few stories. It could explore the various inconveinces of that sort of life like do you feel this urge to just go off and hibernate for long periods of time

  13. Robert L. Stubbs Jr.

    On Ebooks VS Regular Books I prefer normal books as far as the reading experience goes but I can see the value of a small simple device for carrying a small library around with you.

  14. Thanks for the interview! What was your favorite scene to write in The Colubrii: Awakening?

    • Hiya Lesley!

      My favorite scene in Colubrii are actually with one of my secondary characters, Zeus. He is absolutely hysterical and has quite a following already. He is crazy and spontaneous and doesn’t give a sh*t what people think of him. Except, of course, Venom. He has all the respect in the world for him. My favorite scene between Venom and Mally would be her Rite of Rebirth. That was kinda neat to write.

  15. Great interview.
    What’s the weirdest thing you got inspiration from for your books?

    • Hi elaing8!

      I have a really over-active imagination. I can’t write about half the stuff I’d like to because I’d be either thrown in jail for breaching taboo subjects or thrown in the looney bin. I get most of my inspiration from dreams I have…or whatever the Muse throws at me. I guess my weirdest inspiration to date would be a Greek vase in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It depicted erotic scenes of a centaur with women….which led to “The Sagittary.” 🙂

  16. What 3 words would you use to describe your main character?

  17. Answer the Author’s Question – Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories?
    Maybe gargoyles or werefoxes.

    • I’ve actually been kicking around an idea with stone gargoyles that reside on the rooftops of the buildings in New York City. We’ll have to see what pans out.

  18. When did you get an interest for paranormal creatures? What would you say is your favorite type of dragon?

    • I’ve always been a fan of the horror genre…it’s what I started reading when I was a kid. Who doesn’t think that a vampire sucking on your neck was sexy? The jump to paranormal beasties wasn’t a far one. When I was introduced to the paranormal world about 6-7 years ago is when I really started becoming obsessed with them.

      As for my favorite types of dragons….I’m not a big fan of Eastern-type dragons (the Asian type)and tend to like the Western dragons a bit better. The ones with wings and four sets of claws, long tail and horns on its head. My dragons on the backs of my shoulders are like that.

      The Cloud Serpents in World of Warcraft are really nice…and they have the Asian feel to them. *shoves the game geek back in the pocket*


  19. Answer the Author’s Question – Books vs. E-Readers. Everyone has an opinion as to which is better. I love the smell and feel of a new book in my hands. But at the same time, I can’t beat the compact simplicity of traveling with a Kindle. What is your favorite?

    I love my hard copies of books. But I am also loving my ereader.
    I mostly buy ebooks now,just because I’m running out of room. But for the series books I already have in print,I still buy the new books in print so I will have the set in one format.So I guess in 50/50 🙂

  20. Who are some of your favorite paranormal authors?

  21. Author Question

    I would like to see more dragons.

  22. Purple. Anything purple. You want to bribe me? Make it purple. 🙂

  23. Author Question

    Even though I have a NOOK, I still prefer a printed book.

  24. Author Question

    I use many sources for finding books. Local bookstore, book reviews, blogs, author websites, publisher websites, Bitten by Books, Goodreads.

  25. Books sounds wonderful. I love a good story of transformation of character. You talk about your Muse leading you…what is your muse and really inspires you in your storyline ?

    • Hi Michelle!

      My Muse.

      I learned early on that when I’m given a scene–whether its on a manuscript I’m working on or something out of the blue–that I WRITE IT DOWN. Don’t ask questions, just do it. Because I know from experience that somehow, somewhere that scene will come into play. I get scenes everywhere–in bed, in the shower, at work–doesn’t matter. I just write it down (including any dialog that comes with it) and file it away until its purpose is revealed.

      The subconscious is a wonderful thing and gives up the most beautiful gems.

  26. Other creatures I love to see…anything that is not overdone. I love the vamps & wares, but after a while too much already. Love to see things that are new and improved !

  27. I have had an eReader for a year and read a few books on it. I love that is is easy to order a book whenever you are ready. I love the free books for my Kindle when I do not have time to get to the library or money to buy a new book. But I do love a good paper novel more ! I too love the feel of a book in my hands and earmarks in my favorite books to show the love !

  28. I choose my books from all of the above. Sometimes I will wonder the aisles of a bookstore and just be attracted by the cover. Other times friends & family will share what they are reading and loving. And other times I will come to site like this to look around at what is new, or read reviews based on other books I have bought, etc.

  29. You are a new to me author. I will be off to checkout your work now. I like to read things that are unusual and these books certainly look different.

  30. Hi,

    have you ever discovered a genre that you thought you would never read, but now love?

    • I’m not a big fan of Sci-fi. I stumbled across Anya Bast’s book “Chosen Sin” which is a sci-fi vamp kinda book. I actually liked it because it was a different spin on the ‘usual’ vamp books. Which lead me to some of her others, which I like as well.

  31. Where do you usually write? At home or someplace public like a coffeeshop?

    • Hi Julie!

      I write at home. I work full-time managing an office, so when I get home and after the family is fed and the dishes are done, I sit in my sun room at my laptop and write. It takes me approximately a year and change to write one novel. And they are large. “The Sagittary” was over 700pp; “The Colubrii” is over 600pp. From what people have reviewed, they don’t contain a lot of ‘fluff’ and are fast reads. So don’t be afraid of the size! I think I’ve come a long way since “The Sagittary” and would like to go back at some point in the future and maybe re-do Darien a little bit. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind…

  32. See now the first two things would make me want to befriend you! But the ketchup thing, yeah that might cancel out the first two. Sorry! Can’t get on board with the ketchup 🙂

    Since you paint, do you ever paint any of the scenes from your stories?

  33. I just wanted to post a correction to the Facebook page:

    is the actual page for the books; the other

    is an extension of the message board forum. Anyone is welcome at either! 🙂

  34. I see you are from Jersey. Is it true that Jersey Girls have the best tomatoes?

  35. Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories?

    I am a huge mythology fan! From so many different cultures. And there are tons of creatures in all of those lores, like centaurs. So you’ve definitely got my attention.

  36. Everyone has an opinion as to which is better. I love the smell and feel of a new book in my hands. But at the same time, I can’t beat the compact simplicity of traveling with a Kindle. What is your favorite?

    I have a kindle and I do love being able to take so many differne types of books with me when I go places, so I’ll always have something for whatever mood I’m in. That being said, I can’t live without my books! There’s no substitute for a book, at least for me. I could sit here and rhapsodize about them, but I’d hate to freak people out anymore than necessary!

  37. I would love to know if anyone seeks out indy/self published books more now that the marketplace has opened up, or do you still seek reads from the usual mainstream publishers? How do you choose your next book for your ‘to be read’ pile? Word of mouth? Book review sites? Wandering down the aisles of your local bookstore?

    I actually do, there are so many good indie books and authors out there. There’s been an assumption I think, that because these authors don’t have a book deal or a prominent publisher that they weren’t good enough to be chosen. I feel like that’s changed a lot though.

    I find them in different ways. Definitely through this site! Everyone on here has made my TBR list quadruple! Also once you get a feel for what other people like reviewers and other readers, you know how to gage whether you’ll like something from their taste or reviews. I’ve also met some good ones on blog hops. And because a lot of indie authors are close friends with other authors, you don’t run out of suggestions. Once in a while too, I’ll take a stab in the dark and pick something from just a description.

    I’m also a frequent stalker at my local bookstore. 🙂

  38. “Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories?”

    Anything that is out of the ordinary. I have read both of your books and you sure do hit the mark of ‘out of the ordinary’. I would like to see a aqua-were type…not a mer-man something a lot bigger and badder but with the right mate he is like a guppy!

  39. Are all of your ‘creatures’ based on mythology (or something like that) or are there any that you entirely made up?

    • Hi Bethany!

      I will admit that I troll different mythos books to help get ideas. My first book was definitely based on the Greek version of the Centaurs and I built in alot of actual ancient greek rites and culture. The second book came out of the blue, but decided that Latin would fit in (for whatever reason) so that is what they use to control the Skythes. (Their weapon of choice)

  40. As for other creatures, I really like reading about the fae.

  41. I really like reading on my kindle too, but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to give up print books entirely. Unless our overlords take that choice out of my hands.

  42. Oooh, dragon tattoos. Are they together or one on each shoulder like a devil and angel?
    I love tattoos, just haven’t decided what I want yet.

  43. What is your favourite genre to read?

  44. Real books, I also love the smell of a new book. And you can adore the pretty covers so much easier!

  45. Whats your favorite book to read?
    Do you reread books when a new one comes out to a series?

    • Hi Stacey! I DO re-read a series when there is a new one coming out. I need to refresh the storyline in my mind so I can enjoy the new one properly. I do have a few favorites I read and re-read over and over again. They are usually the first books of a series I really like.

  46. I like to see different were creatures in books like cat’s(Kittens) and fox’s and stuff and stuff most people don’t think of as a creature to wright about.

  47. What has been your favorite character to write, published or unpublished? Why?

    • Hi Donna!
      My favorite character to write to date has to be Zeus in The Colubrii. He is just crazy and so much fun and very unpredictable. He is goofy and serious, soft and dangerous. He was just a blast.

  48. Books vs. E-Readers

    I am still a true fan of the paper book. But even I have to admit the use of an ereader when traveling.

  49. What is the best piece of advice you have received?

  50. Who are some of your favorite authors?

  51. At what point did you know that your story would become a series?

    • Hi Trix! My stories are not a series yet. They do come under a collective heading of “Stories from the Mist” but are stand-alone novels. Some will have cross-overs, but unless you read them all you would never know and it wouldn’t have any effect on the one you’re reading. 🙂

  52. As for print vs. e-reading, it depends on the genre. I’ve tried cooking using a Kindle recipe instead of a book, and I’ve never been satisfied with the experience. Anything photo- or graphic-heavy is better in print for me, too. I’m starting to prefer e-reading for fiction and other nonfiction, though…

  53. Regarding the TBR pile: I don’t necessarily care about the publisher (though I tend to gravitate towards a few just from being on their sites more and knowing what they’ll release), though I’ve gone for more indies lately. I’m about 50-50 between browsing online and in physical bookstores. Review sites and magazine articles give me a lot of leads, too…

  54. I have a weakness for angel stories, especially if they’re m/m…

  55. What was your favorite childhood book?

    • Hey Dovile! Hmmm. I used to read a lot of the “Little Golden Books” when I was a child. I actually still have them packed away somewhere in a box in the attic. When I got a little older, I read the “Little House on the Prairie” books as well as Nancy Drew. When I got into my younger teens is when I started reading in earnest, devouring everything Stephen King put his mark on. He’s one of the few authors that I buy his books sight/review unseen.

  56. Have you ever written fan fiction? For what fandom?

    • No, that’s one thing I haven’t done. (Although I’ve certainly ‘fantasized’ about different book series LOL) We have done some role play/character play on my message board but outside of that, nothing else.

  57. I’d like to see more stories about angels, demons and half-angels.

  58. I don’t have an e-reader. I think I prefer print books, although I’d like to have one to read those that are in ebook format only.

  59. I don’t go looking for books, I discover them through book blogs and Goodreads:) I get all my book online. I choose the next book to read by my mood.

  60. What book or series do you wish that you had thought of or written first? 🙂

    • Hi Amber! Yikes….that’s a tough question. I guess my first instinct would be to say one of the big series like Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunters or JR Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood. They’re both excellent. 🙂

  61. Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories?

    I enjoy any super natural creature if the story is told right, zombies, succubi,fae, etc

  62. Is there any genre that you have not written in yet that you want to try? Would you use the same name or choose a different pen name?

  63. werewolfs, shape shifters, and vampires are my favorite. I love anything with those 3 in them
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  64. If you could have 3 dinner guests living, dead, real, or imaginary who would they be and why.

    • Oooooh boy. Another tough question. And I’m going to go with the first trio that comes to mind:

      JR Ward’s BDB brothers and infamous three:

      1. Vishous – Because he’s the ultimate bad boy and into BDSM. Dear lord what a conversation that would be…and a dinner!

      2. Rhage – Because he’s such a sweetheart and hilarious to be around. AND he and V have some incredible banter.

      3. Wrath – Because he’s just awesome.

  65. Answer the Author’s Question – Everyone loves their vampires and werewolves. What other creatures would you like to see written into stories? anything really but maybe one with normal humans with mutant powers. Love the xmen lol. also like dhampir, were anything

  66. Answer the Author’s Question – Books vs. E-Readers love books to read but for the ease of purchasing and storage issues I love me my kindle.

  67. I choose my books from all the above. My old favorites, some by word of mouth and others that I just happen on or win.

  68. You said you were tossing around a gargoyle idea. What is the weirdest character that your thought about writing about or have written about.

    • Hi Pam!

      LOL probably the Gargoyles! I’ve also tossed around stone statues, elementals, demons, satyrs, and other mythological creatures. I thought writing about serpents would be odd…but don’t tell Venom I said that.

      He’ll bite me.

  69. Hi there! What are your thoughts on audiobooks? Are any of yours in that format?

    • Hey Joani!

      I do like audiobooks if they are done well. I’ve listened to all of Diana Gabaldon’s books on audio (The Outlander Series) and the women who narrated it did wonderfully. The series by Karen Marie Moning (The Highlander Series) was done well also, being read by Phil Gigante. His female voices were a little amusing and could be distractive, but his deep sexy scottish brogue more than made up for it. He also did KMM’s last few “Fever” series as well and were just great.

      Having only 2 books, I do not have any on audio. But that would be amusing to pursue in future. 🙂

  70. I’d like to see more dragons or elves. Right now I’m on a zombie kick, so having them in the story would make it enjoyable. (tho not as the love interest!)

  71. I have a kindle and mostly read that, and there are series that I always buy the hardback. But lately I’ve been reading more and more books and less on the kindle. It’s just so much easier to tote the kindle around though.

  72. I do seek out some indie/self published books. Some I have heard about and getting them in ebook form is the only way to get them. Sometimes I just get new reads by browsing the shelves at the book store, word of mouth, this site has hooked me up with tons of new writers. My TBR pile is huge, sometimes I just browse my stuff on the kindle, other times I want to finsih certain series so that’s how I choose.

  73. I forgot to mention that I really like your blog. I thought it was cool to add the moon phase thing. I’ve always found that stuff very interesting to know!!