Hello there, everyone!
Crikey! Is it Friday again, already?
Time for another blogpost then!
You’re in for a treat this week as I can now share the first 2 illustrations for Book 3
‘ A Bridge too far in Tintagel?’
Andy Templar’s only gone & done it again!
If you remember, I gave Andy a long long list of details from the text, not really expecting him to be able to meet my pernickety descriptions – but I needn’t have worried!🥰
” He ( KISMET) noticed how deep and enticing her ( BRIDGE) eyes were. After noticing at least seven different shades of blues and greens, he lost count and felt it best to stop staring before he was unwittingly lured into whatever lay deep within”
“The wand was a curious piece of artwork. Made from oakwood supposedly from King Arthur’s original round table, it had a St Brigit’s cross on the top ( which is what had made Kismet suspect her real name was Brigette.) In the centre of the cross was the Kernow flag held in place by silver. At the end of each spoke of the cross shone a crystal – a red carnelian, a purple amethyst, a yellow jasper and a smoky quartz.“
( Andy sent me this, with added ribbons, which I love. Therefore, I will amend the above description to include ribbons, before it goes off to THE best EVER editor Sarah Dawes on Monday!)
WHAT DO YOU THINK? – I, FOR ONE, AM A VERY HAPPY BUNNY WITH THESE!
CAN’T WAIT FOR THE REST!
I can almost smell the finished book, lol🤣