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A visual tour of my novels’ landscapes

A visual tour of my novels’ landscapes

A visual tour of my novels’ landscapes

Earlier this week, I was hunting in my files for a photograph when it struck me just how many images I was browsing through. Since I began blogging here back in September 2011, I have built quite the picture library!

When I write on this blog about the settings for my novels, I love to include photographs, because, so the English idiom goes, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. In my fiction writing, I have only words with which to transport my readers to the times and places of the story, but on my blog I can add extra depth by including images with my posts.

For this post, I have collated images for each of the settings of my books into collages, so that I can take you on a visual tour of my novels’ landscapes.

I hope you enjoy these vistas of my story worlds. I think you will be able to tell, at a glance, why I so love to travel. As Ibn Battuta said, ‘Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller’; in my case, a storyteller who is passionate about taking readers on journeys to beautiful, historic, inspiring locations.

BE collage

EOL collage

AN collage

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TREKnRay
TREKnRay
5 years ago

I love to see the pictures after reading or listening to the book, especially the ones of places I’ve been. Some are of scenery I barely recall, but others like the architecture of Barcelona made me feel as though I were there again. I like to discover out of the way places. In Corfu I walked down a path that looked like there was nothing to see until I went into a restaurant that looked like nothing much from the outside. The food was fantastic. The inside was decorated with antiques including ancient amphorae. The best thing about the place… Read more »