#ThursdayDoors to Enchantment — Dead of Winter Conclusion

If you love stories and doors, don’t miss Teagan Geneviene’s post joining Dan Antion’s ThursdayDoors challenge, where she takes us on a tour through some of the doors in Dead of Winter.

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Thursday, June 16, 2022 
The Journeys of “Dead of Winter” have reached the conclusion. In honor of the release of the final Journey, I’m making a Thursday Doors post related to the story.
The heroine’s home was the family apple orchard.  Emlyn might have made a wreath like this one.
Green Apple Wreath door FreePikFreePik

Emlyn’s chores included caring for and milking the family goats. They would have had to paint this blue door after the oppressive Brethren of Un’Naf took over the area.

Black Goat Blue Door iStockiStock

Nearby was a cemetery called The Fever Field. Some scary things happened there, especially beyond the door of this mausoleum.

Original photo by Dan Antion. Doors-tomfoolery by TeaganOriginal photo by Dan Antion. Doors-tomfoolery by Teagan

When Emlyn fled for her life, her travel companions had wonderful wagons with doors.

Wagon-Vardo Romnichal face front wikipediaVardo Romnichal wagon, Wikipedia

The travelers found ruins that hid the Lost Library.  Archways were where doors had once been.


Dead of Winter Journey 7, Ruins PromoPromotional image by Teagan

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I am a language teacher, writer, bookworm, and collaborator at Sants 3 Ràdio (a local radio station in Barcelona, where I returned in 2018), who lived in the UK for 25 years and worked for many years as a forensic psychiatrist there. I also have a Ph.D. in American Literature and an MSc in Criminology. I started publishing my stories, in English and Spanish, in 2012 and now have over twenty books available in a variety of genres, a blog (in English and Spanish), and translate books for other authors (English-Spanish and vice versa). In 2020 obtained the CELTA certificate as a language teacher, and offer Spanish and English classes. Writers and readers both in English and Spanish are my friends, colleagues, and allies, and after living in the UK for over twenty-five years, have returned home, to Barcelona, Spain, searching for inspiration for my stories. I also love owls and try to keep fit following fitness YouTube videos.
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