Cover Art!

May. 30th, 2015 12:09 pm
carolecummings: (Writer)
Another gorgeous and evocative cover from the fantastically talented Anne Cain.

The larger version is HERE.

Blue on Black is due out from DSP Publications in mid-June.
carolecummings: (Wolf's-own)
Anne Cain’s cover art for Weregild is in round one for the preliminary stage of [ profile] elisa_rolle’s Rainbow Awards. This stage will determine if the cover art moves on to the actual judging stages later on.

Now, this is not for me, this is for Anne, who I know you all agree did a fab job on the entirety of the Wolf’s-own series. So if you get a moment and wouldn’t mind, pop by and give her a click on the poll.

I found the easiest way to do it was to open two windows--one for the cover art itself and one for the actual voting poll.

Some are okay, some are kinda ‘meh’ but some of them are really amazing. So even if you end up not voting for any of them, you’ll at least get some decent eye-candy. ;)
carolecummings: (Wolf's-own)

by the multitalented J. Tullos Hennig
(click for full-sized image)

NOTE: Wolf’s-own, Book Two: Weregild has been scheduled for release March 26th and is now available for preorder from Dreamspinner Press.

Synopsis: The amorality of gods makes it hard to tell bad from good and right from wrong. Fen Jacin-rei doesn’t care. All Fen cares about is saving his family, and he’ll sacrifice anything that gets in his way. Including his own soul.

No longer willing to wait for the machinations of the gods’ minions, Fen accepts the trade Kamen Malick offers. Together they set out to rescue Fen’s family and kill the man who betrayed them. But Fen is an Untouchable, one whose mind hosts the spirits of long-dead magicians, and with Voices of the Ancestors screaming in his head, Fen finds it harder and harder to stave off madness.

Malick has his own reasons to hand over everything Fen wants and equally compelling reasons to withhold everything Fen needs. In over his head with his timing as bad as ever, Malick must devise a way to do his god’s bidding without breaking his god’s laws—and keep Fen sane and on Malick’s side in the bargain.

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