"After what seems an eternity, the heavy door of my cell is flung back.... There is a faint fire guttering on the hearth at the other end of the room, a great ironbound door of wood, and thin slits that open to the outside, windows that show only the night’s blackness. Closer to me are the instruments of pain."   -- from the novel Sinful Folk  http://sinfulfolk.com

"After what seems an eternity, the heavy door of my cell is flung back.... There is a faint fire guttering on the hearth at the other end of the room, a great ironbound door of wood, and thin slits that open to the outside, windows that show only the night’s blackness. Closer to me are the instruments of pain." -- from the novel Sinful Folk http://sinfulfolk.com

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This is kinda how I imagined the inside of Felix's castle when I wrote Xander and Bly's escape.
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The semi darkness, filtered sunshine through shy windows, and the stairs......cold, hard, echoing every sound, every movement. So shhhh....

The semi darkness, filtered sunshine through shy windows, and the stairs......cold, hard, echoing every sound, every movement. So shhhh....

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The King’s Bedroom. Not actually where he slept, but where his court greeted him in the morning.

The King’s Bedroom. Not actually where he slept, but where his court greeted him in the morning.

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This image is an example of the Rococo period. The walls are panelled and pale in colour, gilded heavily. The carvings are quite delicate. Fauteuil chairs and mirrors can be seen, which were popular of the time.

This image is an example of the Rococo period. The walls are panelled and pale in colour, gilded heavily. The carvings are quite delicate. Fauteuil chairs and mirrors can be seen, which were popular of the time.

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