Songspinners is now available too as an e-book from JABberwocky on Kindle, Nook, iTunes and Kobo.
I love Marcelle Natisin’s depiction of Orial Magelonne on the cover! Thank you, Marcelle – and thank you also to Lisa Rodgers and Jessie Cammack of JABberwocky for making this possible.
The Wouivres are in danger. Only Josse can save them. But to do so, he must face the most powerful adversary he’s ever encountered in his young life.
Chapter 6 of Drakomancer can be read here.
And to see some wonderful new artwork by Marcelle Natisin inspired by Drakomancer, please click on:
Exciting news! My first three novels, Moths to a Flame, Songspinners and The Lost Child will soon be available as e-books with gorgeous new covers by Marcelle Natisin. More news will follow here soon!
I was really pleased – and flattered (and what writer doesn’t appreciate a little flattery?) when the author of a new book-blog, Draumr Kópa, contacted me a little while ago to ask about Stephen Youll, the artist who created the artwork for the covers of the Artamon trilogy. You can read her fascinating interview with Stephen Youll here: http://draumrkpa.blogspot.be/2012/08/stephen-youll-cover-artist.html
I was even more pleased when Cindy told me that she was reading the trilogy; read her thoughts about the Artamon books here: