It’s been a while since my last Imaginary Illustration…but today I’m bringing out another illustration for one of Jasper’s Rules for Life, from The Wanderers…
Just because we passed Release Day for The Storyteller and Her Sisters, that doesn’t mean we’re done with Imaginary Illustrations! Today is a quote from The Wanderers, with reference to one of the more serious moments of the book. In the first chapter, Jasper encounters a magician. When the magician gets angry…bad things happen. And he has an alarming number of statues in his garden.
First, don’t forget The Storyteller and Her Sisters will be out this Friday. 😉
Second, I’ve released a second edition of The Wanderers. The story is still the same, but I wanted to modify the cover slightly now that it’s first in a series (of two, but more hopefully to come). I also added some Extras at the end: an interview, discussion questions, and a list of Jasper’s Rules.
So if you haven’t bought a copy, I like to think it’s now looking better than ever (but you can still get both on Amazon, so make sure you choose the new one!) And if you have bought a copy, you can find all the Extras under the Novel News tab anyway…and you can tell people you own a first edition. 🙂 (And may I also add, if you’ve read it and enjoyed it, I would so appreciate a review on Amazon or Goodreads!)
Third, more good news if you’re thinking you’d like a Kindle copy of The Wanderers–it’s free today! That is, October 5th. But if you’re reading this on the 6th, don’t worry. It’ll be free again next weekend, to celebrate the release of the second book.
That’s enough for today…but I promise a busy next couple of weeks with lots more news to come!
Heading back to The Wanderers for this week’s Imaginary Illustration…inspired by most people’s favorite character, talking cat Tom.
Continuing my new blog feature, sharing quotes from my (unillustrated) books, paired with pictures. Today it’s another quote from The Wanderers, another of my wandering adventurer’s rules for life–one which I think many heroes of fantasy novels would do well to follow!