The Woodcarver’s Model Is Revealed

First of all, a heartfelt thanks to all of those who have subscribed to the blog.

As a reward for joining, I’d like to give you an early Valentine’s Day gift.

This blog is the very first public release of the cover of the book, and the image is only available today to subscribers.

Others will have to wait a little longer.

I hope this puzzle brings a smile to your face, and I hope you love the cover that the artists at Pride Publishing created.

So click the link below, and let me know how long it took you to reveal … The Woodcarver’s Model.

The Woodcarver’s Model Is Revealed

Warmest Regards,

Peter E. Fenton

Published by peterefenton

Peter Fenton is a playwright and author living in Toronto, Canada.

22 thoughts on “The Woodcarver’s Model Is Revealed

    1. And you can play the puzzle again and again. You can change the number of pieces if you go to the upper right, and click the “play as” toggle, and set your own number of pieces to make it easier or harder. And to play again, go to the three dots on the lower left and click on it and press play again. So how long did it take YOU?

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  1. Wow! What a steamy cover! And what a treat to have a sneak peek. So excited for this new path you’re on, Peter. So many of us are cheering you on.

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  2. 7m51sec. of fun. It is definitely an enticing cover. Brings back memories, the excitement of seeing Brian’s book cover for the first time. Congrats!

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    1. I’m a bit concerned that you keep doing this puzzle over and over again. Wait until you get the book. You will want to read it over and over again, but I can’t adjust the number of words in the book like a puzzle.

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    2. The artists at Pride Publishing did a fantastic job of the cover art, and the title has several different meanings in the book, with a big pay off at the end. But to reveal the truth, you’ll have to wait until the novel comes out and read it.

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  3. Woot! So much fun! Congrats on the cover drop!

    ❤️Marian

    On Fri., Feb. 11, 2022, 4:57 a.m. Peter E. Fenton, wrote:

    > peterefenton posted: ” First of all, a heartfelt thanks to all of those > who have subscribed to the blog. As a reward for joining, I’d like to give > you an early Valentine’s Day gift. This blog is the very first public > release of the cover of the book, and the image i” >

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    1. Sorta cheating, but the fact you figured out how to reduce the number of pieces should actually give you bonus points, and the reward is the same for those who assemble the puzzle no matter how many pieces there were.

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