Are you ready for some tattoo greatness.
Jennifer, your five questions start now:
1. How old were you when you got your first tattoo?
2. How many tattoos do you have? If only one, do you want more?
I have five: the aforementioned fairy, a band of Celtic knot work around my right ankle, a rendering of Yggsdrasil on my upper left arm, a Vevsiger (Viking compass) on my left forearm, and a full back piece based on this image from Elfquest: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/489766528198134416/
3. What inspired you to get your first tattoo or favorite tattoo? Tell me your tattoo story.
Oh, I don’t know if I have a favorite. My first (the fairy) is based on a mural I painted on my bedroom wall when I was about fourteen. (You could say that my grandmother was unpleased by that.) My most recent, the Vevsiger, holds a special place in my heart; the symbol means that you will always find your way, even when the way is not known. What writer couldn’t use that?
4. Tattoos on a significant other, like or dislike? Explain why?
Love it! My husband has two full sleeves and a smattering of other tattoos, which I find incredibly sexy 😉
5. Do the characters in your books have tattoos? If so, pick a character and tell me his or her tattoo story? Why was this story incorporated in the book?
My characters don’t have tattoos exactly; they’re Elementals, and as such have been marked by their elements. My main character, Sara, is a metal elemental, and has a copper raven emblazoned across her back. Micah, the Lord of Silver, has silver wings arching across his back. So, instead of having to go out and get a tattoo, Sara and Micah were born with theirs. How cool is that?
That is so cool. I wish I was born with tattoos, but half the fun is picking them out and designing them, too.
Thanks so much Jennifer.
If you want to learn more about Jennifer, check out her stuff:
Check out her work:
Copper Legacy – book one, Copper Girl is now available.
Look for the sequel,Copper Ravens, available in June 2014!
The relaunch of The Chronicles of Parthalan will be available June 2014.
If you have a tattoo story to share, leave me a note in the comments.
5 thoughts on “Tattoo Tuesday – Jennifer Allis Provost”
Being born already marked would save a lot of pain!
Sydney, I’d love to share my tattoos 🙂
Annalisa, anytime. I’ll email you after JuNo and we will schedule something.
Thank you for letting me stop by!
Thanks for sharing your ink.
Great idea for a blog post, Tattoo Tuesday! Loved it! 🙂