Posing For the Cover of Her First Punk Rock Album

Athena’s reaction to this picture when she saw it, incidentally: “Good one. You should post it.” It’s terrifying how well she knows me.

I think I’ll make a t-shirt out of that picture. Then Athena can wear it to school and give her teachers a heart attack. That would be cool.

For those of you worried that my adorable child has irretrievably gone over to the dark side, here’s a picture of her posing winsomely with my author copy of TAD, in a Photoshopped field of mutton:

Of course, ask her which of the two pictures is her favorite. Yeah, her teenage years are going to be interesting.

23 Comments on “Posing For the Cover of Her First Punk Rock Album”

  1. Before anyone says anything: Yes, I know I said I wouldn’t be posting again today. Hey, I can change my mind. Also, the writing is coming along fine, thanks.

  2. Before anyone says anything: Yes, I know I said I wouldn’t be posting again today. Hey, I can change my mind. Also, the writing is coming along fine, thanks.

  3. Before anyone says anything: Yes, I know I said I wouldn’t be posting again today. Hey, I can change my mind. Also, the writing is coming along fine, thanks.

  4. I think that since you have a tradition of taking pictures of Athena with your latest book you should continue to keep the picture themed with the book and when The Lost Colony comes out you should take a picture of Athena looking lost with only a book to keep her company.

  5. Martyn Taylor – Northumberland – A writer exploring what lies beyond our peripheral vision. Published by various small presses and now considered to be nearly a Proper Author. Can be found lurking around the frozen North of England, happily herding a small family of recalcitrant adults who may once have been children and a woman who may very well be the fulcrum upon which the universe turns. Available for hire for very reasonable prices.
    Martyn Taylor

    Do you really have to ask which picture she prefers?

    If you do, frankly, I predict a riot.

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