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Celebrating Pre-Raphaelite Painter, John William Waterhouse

No post today but a head’s up on something neat coming up here starting tomorrow.  🙂

June is my birthday month and to celebrate, I’m resurrecting the Sunday Sketches column, this month only, to celebrate my all-time favorite painter, John William Waterhouse.

Young woman charming the fish

Young woman charming the fish (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Watch this space every Sunday in June for a spotlight on one of my his fabulous paintings along with a poem, video clip, or just my thoughts about the painting and what Waterhouse may have said with the piece.

For fans of role-play games, hint: one of these paintings was the inspiration for one of my personas in Avalon, the Legend Lives.  Can you guess without peeking?

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Lauren Miller is a Midwestern born writer with a passion for Jesus, the written word, and dogs. She has seventeen years of experience in the library field and reviews books for the Historical Novels Review (UK). Lauren is the Managing Web Editor and writer for The Scribe, a web publication of the St. Louis Writers Guild, where she also serves as their Director of Communications. She likes to spend her free time enjoying period films, discovering new reads, and being surrounded by other people’s pets. Lauren, her husband, and their wily Maine Coon (who isn’t quite a dog) live in Missouri. You can learn more about Lauren’s writing at LaurenJoanMiller.com.

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