Hey there, Golden Gang,
Another week has passed, and I've had a lovely week. Friday evening fish and chips with a friend, afternoon tea in the cottage with another. The mornings are getting lighter and the evening sunsets from my cottage are wowsers.
What goes on under the bonnet (or hood)?
It's been a few months since I published The Case of the Uncommon Witness, but I didn't get the chance to reveal these two subscriber bonuses so I'm catching up here.
I always like to show you the Inspector Graham artwork in its entirety. Much of it gets cut off when we build the cover and that's such a shame. It deserves to be appreciated in full.
Click on the links below to see the process we went through to develop the artwork for The Case of the Uncommon Witness and the artwork before and after it is incorporated into the book cover.
Check out the process we went through to develop the artwork for The Case of the Uncommon Witness.
See the artwork before and after it is incorporated into the book cover.
And while you're here, click this link to revisit The Case of the Uncommon Witness cover reveal.
Sites from around “Upton St. Mary”
Continuing this series examining the real-life sites that inspired scenes in the Reverend Annabelle Dixon cozy mystery series.
“Eventually, Louisa reached a corner section of the allotments, balancing delicately on the grass corridors that separated the vegetable plots. Still trying not to alert her, Annabelle hopped through some nettles, mouthed her frustration, and crouched behind an oak tree as she rubbed her stinging hands. The cassocked vicar was clearly visible to anyone passing by on the path, and Annabelle prayed that she would not be required to explain herself.” Body in the Woods.
This week will be another solid writing week with side trips to pubs for lunches and even London for tea. I'll see you on Thursday with pics.