Chapter Thirty-Two: Striking Balance Mixed Media Journey

Day thirty-two. Things are threatening to unravel but for who? Striking Balance: The Peculiar Making of Beatrice Benjamin Sophia Scott Schnell Gow is now available for purchase. To celebrate its release and the fact that it is my tenth novel, I have created a one-of-a-kind companion mixed-media art book, the Striking Balance Mixed Media Journey, but creating the book has become been more a personal challenge than anything. That said, I’m sharing the mixed media pages with you because the art created such a direct tie with the author’s, meaning my mind that it can’t help but enrich the reading experience.

Below you’ll find three opportunities to interact with the novel. First, you’ll see the chapter number and its corresponding epigraph. Second, you’ll find images including the book open to the chapter page, a digitally enhanced version of the same spread, and 1-2 detail pieces that may or may not be digitally enhanced. Lastly, you’ll see a link to the corresponding song from the Striking Balance playlist on YouTube and get to read First Lines, one or two sentences from the beginning of the chapter.

Today, we’re delving into Chapter Thirty-Two.

 

 

The Striking Balance Mixed Media Journey Book Cover – Jeanne G’Fellers
Striking Balance Mixed Media Journey Inner Cover and Title Page – Jeanne G’Fellers

Chapter Thirty-One: The Grasp of an Adze

SB Chapter 32 Spread – Jeanne G’Fellers

 

SB Chptr 32 Original Spread – Jeanne G’Fellers

 

SB Chptr 32 Enhanced Detail – Jeanne G’Fellers

From the Striking Balance playlist – Chapter Thirty-Two Selection

S.J. Tucker “Witch’s Rune”

First Lines

“Read the one on the box to me again, please, sir. I mean, Ben.” Davy sits cross-legged on his bed. Rayne and Pyre come and go, bringing us food and their observations from the kingdom’s edge.

Make certain to come back tomorrow for Chapter Thirty-Two where wisdom comes from the woodpile.

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