Several people have asked me about the flower on the cover of A Boy Named Rabbit and Wake-Robin Ridge. I thought you might like to see a photo or two. Aren’t they beautiful? The more common white trilliums of spring are lovely, too, but the wake-robin has captured my heart.
When I think of my springtime trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains, trillium and dainty bluebells are what come to my mind. And if you haven’t ever been to that part of the Appalachian chain (the oldest mountains in the world), you really owe it to yourself to go someday. Beautiful at any time of year, of course, but absolutely breathtaking in the autumn. Why…someone ought to write a book…or two…set there! 😉
If you have any photos that inspired a book you’ve written, or are writing, please feel free to share them with us. I know I’m always interested in what sparks a writer’s imagination, and I’m sure others would be, as well.
Have a great day, folks. It’s Thor’s Day, and if you’ve ever visited Bookin’ It, you know what that means! Jokes will be appearing over there shortly.