"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
Hooray for Gary!It couldn't happen to a nicer brilliant historian---his blog (A Dead Man Fell from The Sky) should not be missed.I've had my copy pre-ordered since it showed up on Amazon. It's destined to be my husband's Christmas present . . . eventually.
What a beautiful cover! I can't wait to read it. You go, Gary!
That's a great cover. I love the shifty eyed guy hiding behind the column.It almost looks like a stop-motion frame and that the 2-D people should be slithering along any second.
Thanks Sarah, you know the way to an author's heart! You're being very kind on the historian comment, but I did have enormous fun weaving fiction into reality. I'm sure your turn's not far off, Deb! Then I'll be admiring your cover.Josin, the shifty-eyed guy lurking behind the column is Our Hero. The background is taken from scene 3 of the book. It's turned out beautifully!And Janet, it's real indeed, and very much thanks to you.
Hi GARY!!!Can you see me doing a Pixie Dance??? Yipee .... so when do we see the next one?
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