A life: carved in stone, crumbling to dust, reclaimed by the earth. A memory: fading with each passing year. Soon until all that linger are stories, tales once told. Do any now know the truth?
I have always loved walking around graveyards. Now, your first reaction to this may be to think how very morbid, but whilst there may be a slight element of this, it is not really the case. Growing up in the middle of a busy town, one of the few places where we could go for walks away from... Continue Reading →
Chapter One Snowdrop trotted through the forest, enjoying the fresh spring day: the new growth all around him, the flowers blooming in wild profusion beneath his hooves. He loved to run and jump and frolic amongst the blossoms. It was fun – and fun was sometimes hard to be found amongst the stuffy elders of... Continue Reading →
I wasn't too happy with the fairies on the illustration for The Lost Unicorn - Version 3 - they were too small for me to include any detail and the picture was rather rushed. So today I thought I'd paint a slightly larger picture of Flissy, the fairy in the story. So here you go. I've also replaced... Continue Reading →
There are many different creatures that make their home in The Enchanted Forest: fairies and dragons, pixies and goblins, giants, trolls and ogres. The rarest and most beautiful creatures of all, however, are the unicorns. With long, flowing manes that shimmer like spun gold in the sunlight, coats of purest white, and elegant twists of... Continue Reading →
Many different creatures live in the Enchanted Forest but the most beautiful of all are the unicorns. With long, flowing manes that shimmer in the sunlight, coats of purest white, and elegant twists of golden horn, they are a sight to take your breath away. The youngest of the unicorns is called Snowdrop and this... Continue Reading →
Gather around. Make sure you're sitting comfortably and listen to the storyteller's tale... Are you ready? Then I'll begin. Deep in the Enchanted Forest live a herd of unicorns. They have lovely white coats and golden horns that shine in the sunlight. The littlest unicorn loves to play in the trees, but his mummy always... Continue Reading →
Daylight dims as the wheel turns, encroaching darkness held at bay by autumn’s vibrant expression, a flame-like conflagration painted across nature’s canvas. Seeds settle to ground, cradled amidst fallen leaves; future’s promise nurtured by yesteryear’s sacrifice. A balance of life and death. Time to reflect and remember all that passed before as earth transitions into... Continue Reading →