Inspirational art

What a pleasure it was to run into a neighbour whose nine-year-old daughter read my children’s novel, The Keeper of the Stones.

I already knew she liked it and had used it for her school work.

It turns out she also loved the illustrations by Kelsea Rothaus, and was inspired to create her own picture!

bull picture

Such a lovely drawing, and it gave me the greatest feeling to learn how much a child has enjoyed my book.

If you’d like to learn more about The Keeper of the Stones, here’s the starred review from Kirkus Reviews.

About Roz Kay

Roz Kay is a writer and former journalist. Her debut children’s novel, THE KEEPER OF THE STONES, was published in 2020 by Hayloft Publishing. Her debut novel for adults, FAKE, (contemporary fiction) was published in September 2020 by her own imprint, Darley Press. Roz's short fiction has appeared under the name Roz DeKett in Fish Publishing’s 2017 Anthology, The Nottingham Review, The York Literary Review, and the Bedford International Writing Competition’s 2018 Anthology. She has also appeared as Roz Kay in the American children’s literary magazine, Cricket. As a news journalist, Roz worked for The Journal in the North East, the Liverpool Echo, and BBC local and national radio. She is a graduate of the University of Leeds and lives in Wiltshire.
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