The text and paintings on The Trowbridge Chronicles are taken from the illustrated journal of Violet Trowbridge, a shrew that once lived in a village deep in the Olympic Rain Forest. Each new post will represent a portion of Mrs. Trowbridge’s journal.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

AM I DEAD YET?

For episode 50, coming up next week, I decided that I would do something to mark that little milestone. By random selection, I'll choose someone who comments on that episode and give away one of Mrs. Trowbridge's original drawings from her journal. It will be a page that has appeared in The Trowbridge Chronicles. The selection won't relate to how nice the comment is. It will be selected purely at random. I will notify the winner through your email. Good luck!

Though it has been mentioned once or twice in the story text, many are not aware that Emperor Nang and Shrew Khan are brothers. Their bond is very close...Emperor Nang has said that he would give away his vast fortune for his brother, Khan. Hopefully it won't come to that, though things are looking desperate for Khan at the Giloh outpost. And things aren't looking too good for Keno either. Did he die from drinking the poison? Our story resumes...


13 comments:

Sherry Rogers said...

Poor little guy all bandaged up and in bed. He's alive!

studio lolo said...

Another cliffhanger! I'm so glad he's okay though. Congrats on the 50 installments. We're very lucky to be a part of the viewing audience!

erin said...

Oh boy! a contest... I just KNOW I'm going to win!

Doug said...

oops... someone used my computer and I just posted a comment as erin. Oh well...

so... do all of these events that are happening to Keno take place in 24 hours?

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

I do really like these installments. And the story has really gotten exciting these last few installments.

I hope I win. If we enter multiple times, does that increase our chances to win?

See you next week.

md said...

see i knew that green shew brew had a mean kick to it. but im sure keno is use to it after all hes a shew warrior

Siukwan said...

pretty!!! it likes a page of a children's story book, i love the brownish paper feeling as well

aynaku said...

great chance to get one of the precious, handmade and original dwg by mrs trowbridge!although I confess, I get sometimes lost with her's never ending stories, I ALWAYS appreciate the art!...

Michelle Lana said...

aww..poor little guy!

scribblesk said...

Yah, Keno lives! Love the befuddled yet shrewlike expression!

Ginger*:)* said...

Curiouser and curiouser.... I knew Keno would make it but had no idea that Khan and Nang were brothers.
Three cheers for the brave little shrew!

carla said...

Oh my! I've missed several episodes! I'm glad Keno's all right! He really has a look of confusion and surprise on his face. Those blood stained bandages are quite realistic, too. I guess I need to go back and catch up, but it does seem rather mean to test Keno's loyalty by making him drink poison. Hmmm...

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

I'm waiting...