A new look to honor As the Wyrm Tyrns chapter 10

La Belle Dame sans Merci (1893) by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)

La Belle Dame sans Merci (1893) by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)

Geoff, Jackie, Calpurnia, and even Marcus have “Unexpected encounters” in chapter 10 of As the Wyrm Tyrns, my serialized story about what one might call a magical fishing expedition in English waters. And somewhere mixed in there is “La Belle Dame sans Merci.”

I’ve been a bit slack in restyling my blog’s appearance since last year. Since As the Wyrm Tyrns has reached its tenth chapter, it seemed timely to redo the header and the background to relate to the story. Crispina Kemp of crimsonprose, whom I visited this last summer, has kindly offered her photos of Breydon Water, where much of the story’s action takes place. So I’ve used one photo of the Water under threatening skies in the new header, and another under dramatic looking clouds as the background. The latter photo is both spectacular and attractive, so deserves to be seen in full, without the nuisance of my blog in the way:breydon-sky



About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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5 Responses to A new look to honor As the Wyrm Tyrns chapter 10

  1. crimsonprose says:

    I thank you for the credit. And the full flash of the photo. I’ve reserved further comment for the inner sanctum of your blog!

  2. Judy says:

    What a beautiful day to be by the water….all the pretty colors and wonderful sweep of clouds you’d want to rest and relax by the shore. Great pic.

  3. Paula Cappa says:

    Lovely post today. Enchanting!

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