7 Stunning Libraries

The inner book nerd is delighted by this collection. Beautiful buildings full of beautiful books.

1. Trinity College Library in Dublin, Ireland



2. Mexico City Library


3. Stuttgart Library


4. New York Library

http://www.guiadenuevayork.com/new-york-public-library http://www.nypl.org/

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5. The Library of El Escorial in Madrid, Spain


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6. Strahov Monastery Library in Prague, Czech Republic


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7. Admont Abbey Library in Admont, Austria


For those who like a little #Fantasy with their #SCIFI …Divided Serenity #FREE Today! #SFF

For those who like a little Fantasy with their Sci-fi…

Divided Serenity (Divided World Book One)

Ten years have passed since John Tanis tried to kill his best friend. Not finishing the job is his only regret.

Where the primitive meets technology, the past meets the present, and former friends become enemies, a quest for revenge will tear a world apart.

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Serenity Falling (Divided World Book 2) Coming Soon! #Scifi

So, book 2 is now imminent. I am hoping it might be out at the end of the month, but will see.

My publisher is providing the official cover, which I am excited to see when it’s ready! But in the interim, I have been playing about on pixelmator. While I claim no particular prowess with this graphics tool, I can manage the basics, and I am pretty happy with the way my temporary banner has come out. I use free images from Pixabay.com and then add the text in pixelmator.

Might have a play with a few more ideas! Let me know what you think of the banner. Would love your feedback.

Here is a cover I knocked-up in pixelmator using the same image. This is my temporary kindle cover for my beta readers for book 3, Revealing Serenity, which I am about to send out for feedback.

I know I should be writing, but sometimes a writer has to play 🙂