Arthur Grey Lego Set
While waiting for the third Arthur Grey book to be released, I've been wrestling with Lego parts to build some scenes from the first two books. Last time I worked on Conservation's main gate in Peru. Now I've really outdone myself. Really. As in, I tried to do way more than I'm good at. So prepare to be astounded. Here is my hard work on the two lighthouse towers that the Initiates travel between to get to Elysium island in The Minotaur Riddle. I tried to make what's SUPPOSED to be waves in ...
Fair = Great!
I was at the Chipita Park Arts & Crafts Fair in Colorado last weekend. There were some great crafts for sale there, and I even got myself an awesome winter hat. But, of course, the most exhilarating thing for me was seeing how excited everyone was about The Society's Traitor and The Minotaur Riddle! Thanks to everyone who came out, especially on the second day with all that wind! Here are some photos from the fair.
A Minotaur in Space??
Forget the labyrinth, the Minotaur's now in space! Ok, so it's not a beast, but it's a rocket, and that's close enough. Since my second book is called The Minotaur Riddle, I thought it was pretty wild to have a "real" Minotaur going out into the great big black. Here's a site with some pretty cool photos of the launch. Space.com - Minotaur Rocket
Away to the Renaissance!
I spent the day at the Renaissance Festival. There were baby dragons, sword swallowers, awesome bagpipers and drummers, jousting tournaments, and mutton legs to eat. But the best thing for me was seeing the Minotaur there! Can you guess why? ;-) Can I take him home? I mean, who doesn't love a big fuzzy minotaur? Drums -- no drums! Drums -- no drums! And a bagpipe. This guy's little dragon moved its head and flapped its wings. Is it real?? Anyone in for a little joust? You'll find some of ...