I've begun printing on the pale green paper for the Golden Key (see above); the papers are complementing each other very well. We're again using the Hahnemuhle Ingres laid paper in different shades.
I thought I would share some of the steps involved in making a letterpress edition. The bottom photo is the drawer of Goudy Franciscan type with the composing stick in front. The lines of type are set a letter at a time upside down. The words get separated by various thicknesses of metal to create the spacing between words until the type is snug within the margins of the stick. Once you have enough lines it gets transferred onto the bed of the press to be printed. Each page takes about 5 hours to set.
I've begun reviewing material for the next book and hope to begin work on an audiobook of the Lost Tales series next week. We hope everyone is well and finding time to read. I'm reading Wodehouse to relax during rare breaks from printing. That's all for now, signing off til next time.