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.
The Rise of Agnil’s Cover
It’s been a busy day behind the scenes with flurries of emails and final checks. All the illustrations are now in the book and I can reveal the cover designed by Charlotte Moore!
The illustrations have started to arrive, which is very exciting! Although they will be in black and white in the book, Charlotte Moore has also created them in colour. Here is one of them to whet your appetite!
“River weed tangled through her limbs, dragging her further and further down.”
I am delighted to be working with Charlotte Moore, who is preparing the illustrations for ‘The Rise of Agnil’. As soon as I have them, I will upload a sample here to give everyone a preview.