My CHARMED CHILDREN OF ROOKSKILL CASTLE Scrapbook

My forthcoming middle grade novel CHARMED CHILDREN OF ROOKSKILL CASTLE (Viking, 2016)
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Scottish Highlands

18 Of The Most Luxurious And Expensive Places To Stay In Scotland Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland. This was one of our favorite stops in our trip to Scotland this year.

Chatelaine

Fairy Queen of Keys Castle. -- Hand built from PMC+ this castle has windows, turrets and an opening door! Tiny rubies are set in the window panes. The entire piece is strung with hand built pmc hollow locks, keys and great assortment of gemstones

Abandoned Mansion

"Top 10 Abandoned Places / Buildings, Haunted mansion" No it's not because it's grey that it means it's abandoned. Chambord (this castle) is far from being abandoned!

Steampunk

Steampunk Spiked Gears Cuff via Etsy. I hope she doesn't get rusty. Very nice fingerless glove. It is too feminine for me but I still admire its beauty!

Chatelaine

Jewllery : La Châtelaine: In the and centuries, women in charge of their estates wore a decorative clip about the waist,of long chains holding useful notions within reach.

Crystaline : Steampunk Fashion Archives

Crystaline : Steampunk Fashion Archives But the question remains. Does it have a functioning laser attached?

A Black Watch soldier from Glasgow, Scotland -  old image, unknown source.

Old ancestry visit genealogy Scottish family history photograph image of a Black Watch soldier from Strathearn, Perthshire, Scotland

chaletaine - .

A chatelaine which was displayed at the Great Exhibition of Before the pockets were uncommon in female clothing and so women used chatelaines as a fashionable, decorative means of carrying small and useful items.

Old photograph of travelling people wedding group in Highland Perthshire, Scotland

Old photograph of travelling people wedding group in Highland Perthshire, Scotland by Mary McCarthy

Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. You can really see the resemblance to her cousin Queen Elizabeth in this portrait. Especially the eyes. And I really have no idea of what is going on with the pattern on her underdress.

© National Portrait Gallery, London Mary, Queen of Scots by Unknown artist oil on panel, circa 9 in. mm x 191 mm) Purchased, 1916 NPG 1766

a burn in the Scottish Highlands

a burn in the Scottish Highlands

Standing stones in the Orkneys

Standing stones in the Orkneys

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