So I just want to give another quick update as we expect the cover to be done soon!
Each update will include the blurb going forward, so if you don’t know what the book is going to be about, please keep reading…
Before that, though, I wanted to give a brief introduction to my cover artists.
Brett Warniers has been my cover artist going all the way back to Magnifica Gravestalker. He’s always been easy to work with and is incredibly talented. I highly recommend him for any sort of animation/illustration work needed. Please check out his website for more info:
Of course, who could forget the unforgettable imagery in some of my more recent books, revolving around some incredible photography work. That work is handled by photographer and filmmaker Richard Chandler, who’s company, The Boston Film Family has been producing majestic and often disturbing imagery… keeping me awake every time he posts anything to his page!
Check them out, they are both incredibly skilled individuals and would be happy to assist in your artistic needs!
“War always comes with consequences, many of which are not immediately apparent. The remaining dragons were allowed to integrate into human society, despite many underlying tensions. A recently discovered ability that makes dragons appear more humanlike has helped move things along. However, not everything is as peaceful as it seems.
Asher Cole is attending his final year in one of the many integrated high schools. Life is relatively mundane until he crosses paths with Taryn, a green-eyed girl who does nothing but make his life difficult. They wind up stuck working together on a science project. As he works with her, it becomes apparent that there is more to her than meets the eye.
A dark secret that even she doesn’t know could threaten the fledgling peace. Taryn’s dreams become haunted by a malevolent entity that is hell-bent on destroying her. Ash is in a race to save them both before they both lose their sanity. If he fails, she will not have the strength to prevent this unknown evil from wreaking havoc on the world.”
The projected release date of the book is May 25. So stay frosty! Releasing a new book never get’s old and I’m very excited for this one!
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You mentioned a while ago that your ideas were for a book between Orphans and Ashes, is that still the case with this book?
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So, funny thing that, I’ve actually written two or three stories during our Covid year.
One sort-of prequel to the whole series, one post-ashes, and now this one which is in between Orphans and Ashes. Sadly, the other two will likely never see the light of day as I can’t make them work.
Maybe someday, I’ll publish them as a sort-of offshoot, something like what J.R.R. Tolkien did, without edits or anything like that, but who knows?
Three stories in a year? Cool! I need three years (at least) for one story… Well, if they’re short, you may put them on your website as a bonus content, or something. I plan to do so with the deleted scenes from my project. And thanks for clarifying, now I’ll be able to go through the series in order.