Category: Cover Art

Finalist Awards with the Next Gen Indie Book Awards

Humanicide has been named Finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in Science Fiction for 2016.   Free U’tanse has been named Finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Young Adult section for 2016. Expect the covers to be adorned

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Interview with the Artist — Mary Solomon

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. My first children’s book

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Interview With the Artist — Djamila Knopf

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. Since I have different

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Interview With the Artist — Arthur Wang

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. Arthur Wang showed up

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Interview With the Artist — Autumn~Angel

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. Autumn~Angel is two people,

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Interview With The Artist — Christian Renee Bressler

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question. Christian Renee Bressler was

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Interview With The Artist — Brad Foster

As I sit at my table, talking to people looking at my books, people often ask about the artists.  “Who did that cover?”  In this and a few other interviews, I’m hoping to answer that question.  Brad Foster is well

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