Notre-Dame gargoyles watching over Paris

I found this post at Environmental Graffiti fascinating. Paris changes, the gargoyles keep on watching over the city.

In my second novel, For The King, my protagonist, Roch Miquel, climbs the towers of Notre-Dame upon his arrival in Paris and and discovers a bird’s eye view of the capital. An experience he will never forget. Neither will you if you do the same.

And speaking of For The King, I have news to impart, but that will be the topic of another post…

gargoyle watching over Paris

gargoyle watching over Paris

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10 Comments to “Notre-Dame gargoyles watching over Paris”

  1. Ree says:

    Fantasic pic…Love it…

  2. Thank you, Sylwia! The paperback is due this coming July…

  3. Sylwia says:

    Oh, I’ve been there! It is an unforgettable view. I loved the gargoyles too.

    I wish you all the best with your new book.

  4. Catherine Delors says:

    Amy, Essay – Isn’t this picture fascinating? The fantastic shape of the gargoyle against the eerie, stormy sky. I have no idea yet of what will be used for the cover art of For The King (though I wish…) As soon as Dutton tells me what to expect, I will let you know.

  5. essay says:

    You posted a very wonderful picture, ms. Catherine. I love reading essay and novels about royalties. Is this picture included in your second book?

  6. Amy says:

    That picture is AWESOME! Thank you for sharing! Can’t wait to hear your news Catherine!

  7. Catherine Delors says:

    I hope, Marg, my news are worth all the teasing! I will post by tomorrow.

  8. Marg says:

    What a tease! Can’t wait to hear your news!

  9. Catherine Delors says:

    So true, Richard!

  10. Richard says:

    Ah Paris,
    “…plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose…” Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr

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