Lark Tūrehu, Reveal #2

Second glimpse of Lark, as illustrated by John Taylor

Second glimpse of Lark and her ocarina, as illustrated by John Taylor. THIS IS THE SPECIAL IMAGE to show at Ann’s Nov. 22. 2014, book signing at Capture 12 photo gallery to earn an entry into the drawing for a copy of the book.

Reveal #2: Lark is a musical prodigy, and more connected to the Earth’s magic than any other Noble Fae.

This image reveals the musical aspect of my heroine, Lark Tūrehu, in my Delfaerune Rhapsody series-in-progress. She is the only Noble Fae musical prodigy connected well enough to Mother Earth’s magic to retrieve and master three ancient instruments to save her worlds.

Anyone wondering what is an “ocarina?” It’s a small hollow wind instrument, often made of ceramic or wood, with a mouthpiece and holes for fingering.

Lark’s story unfolds, starting in Song of the Ocarina, the first book in the young-adult, fantasy-adventure series, due out in late 2013.

Watch for more clues in the coming days to reveal Lark’s whole character image — also, image reveals of the books’ Dark Fae brothers: hero Noel and antagonist Mikk Stone. Also watch Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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2 Responses to Lark Tūrehu, Reveal #2

  1. crowfae says:

    So very beautiful! I look forward to the whole trilogy!

  2. annvidean says:

    Cheers. John did such a great job envisioning Lark.
    I’m eager for the whole trilogy, too! (Write, Ann, write!)

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