Seeing these dresses, I’m tempted to get married again, although I’m not tempted which geek fantasy I’d choose: Firefly, Star Wars, Steampunk. Too many to choose! Enjoy these wacky wedding dresses! Did you have a crazy wedding dress? Let me know and don’t forget to include a photo!
In-keeping with last weeks proposal video, this week we’re looking at crazy engagement rings. The geek in me loves the Star Trek engagement rings designed by VaLa Jewellery.
And not to be outdone, here’s rings for Battlestar Gallatica fans:
But what if you’re a beach lover? There’s a ring for you to:
But my favourite is this presentation box:
And here’s a few engagement facts:
- December is the most popular month to buy rings and get engaged
- Synthetic diamonds have been launched onto the market
- The round brilliant cut is the most popular style of ring
The first review for ‘The Nun and Dragon’ is in. It’s a strange feeling, reading others thoughts on your hard work. If I’m honest it was a mixture of excitement and nerves which led me through ‘Tony’s Thoughts’ but I’m pleased to say it was all positive, in fact he said: ‘I don’t think there is a single story in this one that I’d describe as weak.’
For the full review click here.
And if you want to know what it’s all about, purchase your copy of ‘The Nun and Dragon’ here.
For immediate release:
Fox Spirit Books are delighted to announce that the long anticipated first volume in the ‘Bushy Tales’ anthology series ‘Tales of the Nun and Dragon’ will be available as an ebook via Amazon from Monday 10th September and Wizards Tower Press within a few days.
‘Tales of the Nun & Dragon’ features twenty three stories by a mixture of well-known and new authors who offer up a delightful blend of genres. There are zombie dragons, latex nuns, trips through time, nunsploitation and some unusual fantasy tales and fables. The book also features internal illustrations by artist Kieran Walsh.
The full line up of writers is available now at www.foxspirit.co.uk
There will be a very limited edition print run available later this year, prior to all the Fox Spirit books being made available as print on demand from Lulu.
An early review is available at ‘Tony’s Thoughts’ http://iuchiatesoro.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/tales-of-the-nun-and-dragon-edited-by-adele-wearing/
And Harry Markov has taken a sneak peek at some of the art work over at ‘Through A Forest of Ideas’ http://throughaforestofideas.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/art-tales-of-nun-and-dragon.html
To celebrate the launch of ‘Tales of the Nun & Dragon’ and in honour of International Talk Like a Pirate Day we are running a small contest.
Between now and the 19th September 2012 we will be taking open submissions of flash fiction (up to 1000 words) on any interpretation of the subject of pirates and piracy. The three best stories will be posted on the Fox Spirit website and their authors will receive a hard copy of Tales of the Nun & Dragon once it becomes available. They will also be invited to submit for a place in one of the two Bushy Tales anthologies planned for early 2013, ‘Tales of the Fox and Fae’ and ‘Tales of the Mouse and Minotaur’.
Competition entries must be sent as a pdf or word doc, to firstname.lastname@example.org and titled ‘Pirate Flash’. Any entries over the 1,000 word limit will not be considered.
The ‘Bushy Tales’ anthologies are invitation only and produced on a profit share basis.
For more information on ‘Tales of the Nun and Dragon’ or any of our other published and upcoming titles please visit the website at www.foxspirit.co.uk