About Lynn Cecil

I am a writer and an artist. I mostly paint in oils on canvas, but two years ago, I started drawing again, with Sharpies. I became addicted to making postcards—adding bits of paper and splatters of watercolour, while I ‘listen’ to TV at night. I have been working on a series of fantasy books called The Inkmarked Chronicles and wondered what the ancestors of my characters would be like, since so many of them influence the alternative worlds that I am creating. I already knew one of the first characters from the early 1800s would be Phinneous Finn (a Cold Philosopher and a Raiven), then I realized one day, that Beauty Ether, a (Speller and a Silken), would be his girlfriend and theirs would be the first correspondence in “Their Unusual Correspondence.” Each series has 111 postcards and there are two series per correspondence. I hope to create thousands of cards over the next decade or so—I have hundreds finished and am just getting started. I hope people will enjoy reading my work—the ‘back stories’ to my stories that may end up being books themselves. www.lynncecil.com

Soup of the day: With Lynn Cecil

Thank you to Mrs. Baker for inviting me to her soup kitchen to cook and chat!

The Curious Adventures Of Messrs Smith And Skarry

Hello! Mrs Albert Baker here, otherwise known as The Last Witch Of Pendle. Obviously there is no Pendle any more, since The Chronic Agronauts utterly destroyed it with treacle and sprats, but I’ve set myself up quite nicely here in Lancaster, running this little soup kitchen for the street urchins. There certainly are a lot of them and I’m always looking for helping hands to cook up and serve something delicious!

Helping me this morning is talented artist and writer Lynn Cecil. Good morning Lynn, thank you so much for coming to help me in my soup kitchen today! Tell me, have you brought along some soup to share with us?

Good morning, Mrs. Baker. Thank you so much for inviting me to your kitchen. I have brought along ingredients for my favourite soup: cheddar bacon potato. The recipe is fairly simple:

  • 4 large white potatoes
  • ½ large white onion…

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