Mister Fox: The Legend

New Release – Mister Fox: The Legend by Sue Vincent and Stuart France! Looks very mysterious!! Check it out!

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Stu Fox 103Where do they come from?
They come out of the night…
Where do they go to?
Back to the night they return…
They dance in the dark to pipe and drum and fiddle
They dance in the dark with fire and brandished flame…

No-one knows who they are…

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But why do they dance?

What is the story behind this magical spectacle

There are rumours, legends…

Don and Wen set out to investigate.

In a darkened corner of the Waggon and Horses, Langsett, a hooded and enigmatic figure whispers secrets…

Stu Fox 064In honour of Charles James Fox and the Langsett Foxes, we are proud to present


Mister Fox: The Legend
Sue Vincent & Stuart France
A new Graphic Novel

Available in Paperback and for Kindle
On Amazon UK, Amazon.com and worldwide


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1129FC0C49D9D12716D39FINTRODUCING my NAUGHTY CHIMPS warming up to visit those authors who have not yet sent me their Guest Author or other articles for my blog 

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The Wolf Moon Cycle

Copyright (C) 2012 Sandra Jones, All rights reserved

Copyright (C) 2012 Sandra Jones, All rights reserved

The picture above was taken by my wife, Sandy, last year on the Wolf Moon.  This year in 2013, the Wolf Moon occurs on January 26, 2013.  Cycles of the moon have been named many moons ago by various cultures throughout the world.  Rob Mahan has a great synopsis of the different cycles of the moon and has graciously granted permission to include his blog for the information.  I am also attaching the link to The Farmers Almanac, so that you can see the various dates of each cycle of the moon as well as the name.

It is simply amazing that our ancestors charted so much about the celestial skies.  One needs to step back from the hurried pace of today’s technology and think about how this wonder was documented throughout the ages in such an accurate fashion, with just the use of the human eye.  Sometimes going back to basics and understanding the fascinating history of the moon and how it has been studied throughout time offers a bit of tranquility to the human spirit.

The title of the book, “The Wolf’s Moon” evolved because the book started in January and I finished it in January.  My wife took a picture of the Wolf Moon in January.  Kind of a coincidence, isn’t it?  If you look even deeper into the picture, can you see the wolves dancing in the moonlight?