Bookmarks for Mark’s Books

Another competition is underway at That Thorn Guy and this time it’s all about bookmarks!

The themes could be across any of Mark Lawrence’s current novels or based on a sneak peek of a yet-to-be-released trilogy. 

I do love a challenge and without much writing work on at the moment, my mum asked if I could enter something on her behalf. That means, if I win, she gets the prize! So I set myself a task of creating three entries. 

Here they are for your viewing pleasure: 

  
  
 

If you dig Mark’s books as much as I do, head over and enter – everyone loves prizes! 

 

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