Illustration Reveal Number 1 – Book 3

Tree Spirits

The illustrations for Agnil and the Tree Spirits have arrived and they are absolutely gorgeous! Charlotte Moore has done a fantastic job and I hope everybody loves them as much as I do. To celebrate their arrival, I have decided to let you all have a sneak preview by revealing one of my favourites, which I think has a touch of Quentin Blake about its style. I’m a big fan of Quentin Blake, so I’m more than delighted about this! If you’d like to see more of Charlotte Moore’s work, you can visit her web site. Over the next few days, I hope to be able to post one or two more to give you a good flavour of what you’ll find inside the book. Keep popping back so you don’t miss them!

Tree Spirits Illustration

“Some tall and others small, some bent over with age and others almost skipping in their youthfulness.”

Agnil and the Wizard’s Orb – cover and blurb!

Half-elf, Agnil, is struggling to fit into her human world and runs away from a bully at school. But life is difficult for her elf family too. Badly treated by the Boreans, the elves are stuck in a frozen world where the sun never sets. Can Agnil discover the power within her to save them all?

Cover book 2

Cover for Agnil and The Wizard’s Orb, book 2 of the Agnil’s Worlds series.

Second illustration reveal: Agnil and the Wizard’s Orb

Cranus
cranus colour

Cranus lifted his arms like two branches above his head and a flock of small birds appeared from beneath his cloak.

With the cover more or less finished and the book ready for conversion to ebook, we are now very close to release. For today’s illustration reveal I have chosen one of my favourite characters, and I hope he’s one of yours too! I won’t be releasing any more illustrations now until the cover reveal. Enjoy!

First illustration reveal: Agnil and the Wizard’s Orb

sword wash colour

Estil placed a bowl of water on the table and Agnil dipped the dagger into it, wiping away the mud with a cloth. The particles of mud swirled through the water until Agnil could no longer see the bottom of the bowl and the dagger was clean. As she lifted it out, she thought for a moment that she saw Vedron’s frozen face floating on the water. A shiver ran down her spine.

Exciting news! With all the illustrations for Agnil and the Wizard’s Orb complete, it won’t be long before the book will be released. Over the next few days I will reveal one or two more to give you a taste of what’s to come in book 2 of the Agnil’s Worlds series. As with the first book, the illustrations have been hand-drawn by Charlotte Moore.