Some very exciting news! A project that has taken over 2 years, is now close to the finish. The scholar who goes by the nom de plume, Garden Stone, is adding the final touches to a two volume reference guide to Germanic, Norse, and Roman Era deities found in Britain and Northern Europe. The books are a reference guide to each deity, and some feature a short piece of fiction, illustrations, and artwork.
I am proud to have been a part of this, as over 60 of my drawings are included in this work. There will be more information soon about where to purchase the book, which will come in a standard black and white, and also a deluxe full colour edition. As a teaser, here is one of my monochrome illustrations, which depicts the Lady of the Vanir as she soars the worlds in her falcon cloak.
See Garden Stone’s blog for further details!
I have to be honest, whilst I love interesting photos and paintings, I struggle to spend time browsing online scrapbooks. The reason? I could waste an entire day looking at all the lovely stuff on there! I’ve put it off for long enough and have bowed to pressure. You can now find all the illustrations used in my more recent and upcoming articles on my Pinterest page. If you have an account, it would be lovely for you to follow me.
It was suggested to me by good friend, and fellow writer Carolyn Emerick, that I started using HubPages for writing up articles. I’ve taken the decision to do just that, as it provides me with a handy way in writing and organising the articles I have been working on.
I will continue to use this site, but it will be more for news, musings, and smaller random snippets that are not long enough to produce an article in their own right.
You can find me on HubPages, here.