1. any habitation at a high altitude
2. a place that is very high and difficult to reach
3. the lofty nest of a bird of prey (such as a hawk or eagle)
I can see out on all sides, up and down. From Ryodan’s glass aerie, he studies his world by naked eye and camera.
Moning, Karen Marie (2012-10-30). Iced: A Fever Novel (Dani O’Malley) (p. 327). Random House, Inc.. Kindle Edition.
Definition from OneLook Online Dictionary
Thank you for stopping by to check out Tuesday’s Word. This is a fun one. I can’t believe Dani, KMM‘s 14 yo heroine in her new urban fantasy series taught me a new word. Thanks, Dani! Keep to the lights.
I’m also over at All Things Writing today talking about the challenges of writing time-travel romance. KMM knows all about these too, as she’s done some mighty fine time-travel romance writing in addition to her gripping UF. (She writes Highlanders, too, y’all, hot ones, who also have monumental basebal bats of love under their kilts).
So, here’s your revised to-do list for the day:
(1) visit All Things Writing and have a few laughs with me
(2) go buy a KMM book today. You won’t be sorry.