Recently, Teagan Ríordáin Genevienefrom Teagan’s Books offered free copies of her book; “The Glowing Pigs – Snort Stories of Atonement, Tennessee”to her readers.
Teagan thought that the the shorts of her magical glowing pigs would brighten up some of our days during isolation. As for me, I love love loved it, and am still basking in the glow. I have gone through my pics to find art of pigs, and return some of the whimsy & joy.
Above are 2 pigs painted by “Bacon”. Odd name considering the art is on the side of a vegan restaurant. I’m considering them to be the Siskel and Ebert of pig stories.
“Two Snouts Up”, they snort in unison!
Deme and Honeybell, 2 sweet and lovely glowing pigs, are the stars of the Snorts. They use their magic to do good things. Honeybell wishes she was as bold as Deme, but they are partners in adventure.
“So what? You have to be a good looking gal, to get to be a glowing pig?” grunts the disgruntled regular street art pig.
A much wiser pig, from a Chinese Zodiac mural, knows different.
“I think all pigs are wonderful in Teagan’s glowing mind. I’ll have to read more to be sure, but I’m making the prediction here!”
The Glowing Pigs stories take place in Atonement, Tennessee. Teagan has written two main books about Atonement: Atonement, Tennessee & Atonement in Bloom.
Find all links to Teagan’s The Atonement, TN universe of urban fantasies at the end of the post!
Besides the many other books Teagan has written, she engages us all in a serial most Saturdays. Right now we’re river boating, and participating, on The Delta Pearl. So hop aboard, enjoy the trip and check out some of Teagan’s Other Books by clicking on the Riverboat Steampunk image above.
“Tha yibida tha yibida tha yibida That’s All Folks!”
This tale by Mike Steeden is one of the most imaginative stories I have ever read.
Using street art, I will present a feel that moves along with the book’s official blurb.
‘A book of mind boggling time-travel,
feverish sex, syrupy romance,
ho hum history,
a dark future, The Moon,
Paris and Berlin,
human consciousness, infinity,
a tongue in cheek take on all things carnal,
art for art’s sake
and three thoroughly mad yet oh so delightful gals’
I drew one a one-eyed blue-eyed cat, for Mike. Mike, Eye’m sure this is nothing you ever imagined. However, after reading “The Blue-Eyed Cat”, which I thoroughly enjoyed,I was inspired to this! Also, I believe the video below is apropos.
Should “The Blue-Eyed Cat” take your fancy it can be found at;