Princess Haggis Ears

Princess Haggis Ears.

Princess Haggis Ears is a very beautiful princess who was born with haggis instead of ears. Her parents lock her in a tower to protect her from ridicule.

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Princess Haggis Ears

Princess Haggis Ears

As promised here is the link to the first book in my series of New Scottish Fairy Tales -now available for sale on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Princess-Haggis-Ears-Scottish-Richardsons/dp/1477633189/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376382327&sr=8-1&keywords=princess+haggis+ears

The second book in the series is also just published and now available -The Diamond Tears. I will post some of Florin Gradinaru’s beautiful illustrations, on here, in just a mo! But first -here’s the link so you culture loving people can actually find the book!

The Diamond Tears: A New Scottish Fairy Tale: 2 (New Scottish Fairy Tales by Debbie Richardson) [Paperback]-http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1483998126/ref=rdr_ext_sb_ti_hist_1

 

 

 

 

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I’m still getting used to this blogging malarkey – I said I’d post more of Florin’s superbe illustrations so I’ve just posted the one with Princess Haggis Ears running through the forest. Here’s a link to Florin’s blog if you ever need illustrations or graphics for anything then he’s your man. http://floringradinaru.blogspot.ro

A series of New Scottish Fairy Tales by Debbie Richardson is about to be published

The first in a series of at least five (who knows, it might just keep growing!) New Scottish Fairy Tales is about to be published and available on Amazon either for Kindle or in paperback. Princess Haggis Ears is my ‘baby’. I’ve lived with her for over 20 years and now she has finally been brought delightfully to life thanks to the fantastic artistic talents of illustrator and artist, Florin Gradinaru from Romania. I wrote this delightful tale in French when I was at University studying, well, French of course! Inspired by the classic fairy tales we had to read in French I decided to write my own one without any blood and gore but with a message of acceptance and true love. Below is one of the images from the first book. I’ll write more about it and show more images tomorrow.Imageg)