Another Fun Archery Book Cover!

The cover here, for Risa: In Camelot’s Shadow, part of the The Queens of Camelot, supposedly portrays this character as an expert archer. She must be really good as most archers would struggle to shoot such a bow while holding the lower limb instead of the handle. Oh, and with her bracer on sideways.

Hey, I take guest posts, so if you have a favorite bizarre archer portrayal on a book cover or poster, etc. send it to me and I will put up your post! (Tell me if you want your name used or whether you want to post anonymously.)

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6 responses to “Another Fun Archery Book Cover!

  1. Coach Krish Rama

    Maybe a parlympian 🤔

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    • You want to make jokes at the expense of paralympians? Most of them shoot better that I do, so I dare not!

      Always good to hear from you Coach Krish!

      On Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 11:24 AM A Blog for Archery Coaches wrote:

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      • Coach Krish Rama.

        I am very sorry that I worded my comment in such a way. Was not thinking.
        I should have made myself clearer by saying that an adaptive approach to shooting is needed by those with special needs.
        Am just studying how to deal with disabled archers, in advance of traveling to Algeria for a course in Parlympic coaching. Thereafter, I will concentrate less on the ‘abled’ and more on those who are being ignored where I come from.
        Again, my apologies.

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      • We are putting the finishing touches on an online course for coaches of disabled archers (starring former US Paralympic Head Coach Randi Smith). This is so people are not limited to trainings they have the time and wealth to travel to. I will announce the availability of this new course as soon as it is “up” on the Internet.

        I did not think any the less of you for the comment, I suspected that is was a mere mis-wording of what you wanted to say.

        On Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 9:21 PM A Blog for Archery Coaches wrote:

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  2. So that’s where I’ve been going wrong all these years!

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