Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Primary tabs

Paula Wynne's picture

Paula Wynne

Paula Wynne is author of The Grotto's Secret and The Sacred Symbol. Join Paula's VIP mailing list to receive the latest news about upcoming releases and special offers just for subscribers! http://eepurl.com/byjPVT

Comment

I found this image of the day that Queen Isabel and King Fernando take possession of The Alhambra Palace in Granada.

10 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Dress Worn By A Character In The Luna Legacy

I described this medieval dress fpr a noblewoman in one of the scenes for my character Violante.

9 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Spanish Dancer

In one of the scenes where my character Monte Rossa has to make a critical choice, I used this image to inspire me about how my Spanish dancer would look and dance for a wedding in Granada.

8 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment

I used this image when creating the cobbled yet grassy courtyard with a fountain where my character Nina Monterossa reveals a big secret to her new friend Skye in The Luna Legacy.

9 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
The Luna Legacy - Free Chapters
144 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Torture Chamber Instruments

While writing the scene where my character was captured I searched for ideas of how the villain could torture her.

26 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Abbey

This is how I imagine my medieval abbey on Sierra del Torcal featured in The Sacred Symbol to look like.

86 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Caravelle

In my imagination, this is the medieval caravelle that Christopher Columbus set sail in.

76 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment

While writing The Luna Legacy I used real life maps of how the palace looks today. I also visited the palace in Granada a few times as it is only an hour's drive from my home in Spain.

136 views 0 Likes 0 comments

Comment
Mountain Top Medieval Abbey

When creating my fictional abbey on Sierra del Torcal for The Torcal Trilogy and especially The Sacred Symbol and my free book, Elixa, I used this image to inspire me.

127 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Castle Community

This is a vivid illustration of how a medieval community co-existed with a castle or abbey. I imagined this when writing The Sacred Symbol and Elixa.

242 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment

This cross section of a medieval castle, gives a lovely insight ... or a peek into how the medieval nobles lived.

57 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Man

I spotted this image of a medieval man and loved the image. I haven't used it yet but I will find a place for this medieval man somewhere in my novels ...

80 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Writing The Columbus Book Of Privilges

It's dark outside, yet inside a monastery not far from the port where his ships were ready to set sail, Christopher Columbus and my medieval character and hurriedly writing his Book Of Priviliges .

70 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Monastery Light

I found this image and loved it so much I used it for when my medieval character goes into the La Rabída Monastery where Columbus is staying before he set sail on his first voyage to find a new rou

88 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Christopher Columbus Book Of Privileges

In my suspense thriller, The Sacred Symbol, I have used this real-life book, which is said to be one of the most priceless books in the world!

73 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Castle Stone Stairway

I used this image of how to draw a stone stairway up the side of a castle as my inspiration when creating my own stone stairway in my fictional dolmen tunnel on Sierra del Torcal in The Sacred Symb

89 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Irish Historical Dolmen

Inside of the the rising sun shining into my fictional dolmen in The Luna Legacy, I used the full moon.

82 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Newgrange Dolmen Ireland

Winter solstice at Newgrange would be a spectacular sight!

162 views 0 Likes 0 comments

Comment
Dolmen Inner Light

Find out how I used an old dolmen as a setting in The Sacred Symbol and Elixa.

79 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Medieval Abbey Groundfloor Plan

When I was planning the layout of my medieval abbey on top of Sierra del Torcal, I spotted this one and used it for inspiration for my setting.

61 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Christopher Columbus Signature

Although I write fiction, historical mystery thrillers to be exact, this signature of the famed Christopher Columbus is not fiction.

59 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Dunluce Castle Ireland

Dunluce Castle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland was my inspiration for a vivid scene setting, yet I wanted it to be in Scotland on Columbus Island to fit into my 'Columbus' theme in The Sacred Symb

64 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Green Lake Valley

I imagine my medieval character walking up this path to the fort at the top of the mountain. The path is green yet rock and worn with time.

66 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Unbelievable Places That Really Exist

Waterfall castle in Poland ~ Most Unbelievable Places that really Exist

61 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Abadoned Mountain Mansion

This abadoned and crumbling old mansion balancing on a mountaintop gave me inspiration when creating my fictional abbey setting on the top of Sierra del Torcal for The Torcal Trilogy suspense thril

66 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Abadoned Dentist Equipment

An abandoned dentist equipment added a nice imagined touch to my scary hospital lab in The Grotto's Secret.

79 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Abadoned Mansion Typewriter

I love old typewriters and although I didn't have one in the Homerton Grange Lab, my imagination could go places with this image.

83 views 0 Likes 0 comments
Comment
Abadoned Hospital Stairway

Although this abandoned hospital is in Beelitz Heilstaetten, Germany, in my mind Kelby is guided to the bottom of a rotting wooden stairway.

87 views 0 Likes 0 comments

Comment
Abadoned Rusting Hospital Wheelchair

This image of an abandoned hospital will give anyone the creeps.

75 views 0 Likes 0 comments

Pages

Scroll to top