Have you seen the new cover for “A Most Apocalyptic Christmas”?

new front coverContinuing the work I’ve been doing on updating my front covers, you might’ve noticed that the novella A Most Apocalyptic Christmas has been updated with a spectacular new cover. The arduous work of my long-term collaborator Bob Wright, we were aiming for a vintage action story look in the style of old pulp fiction books. It takes cues from more modern post-apocalyptic tradition, too, such as the artwork you find in the media of the Fallout computer game series.

Considering this is digital artwork for a digital book, in a vintage style, the cover very much encapsulates the feel of the Faergrowe world – a future America damned by so much fighting that it’s stuck paradoxically in the past. As the first instalment in a series of connected novels and novellas, expect more of this brilliant artwork to come.

If you haven’t read A Most Apocalyptic Christmas yet, it’s a madcap tale of one man’s attempts to get home for Christmas – and the psychopaths he has to fight along the way.  Don’t forget you can get it for free by joining our mailing list – click the big orange button on the homepage or go here. This novella’s the first in a trio of books I’m making available to my reader groups for free – introducing each of the three series I’m working on. Watch this space for news of the upcoming Estalia novella, Balfair’s Confinement (which, incidentally, has a spangly new front cover all of its own).

Beautiful facelifts with my new book covers on the way…

wixons day preview

Like the new look? This is an early preview of the updated cover for Wixon’s Day – the first step in a slew of new book covers I’ve got in the wings. I’m excited to say they’re all looking great – the Estalia series has a very professional new look and we’ve got some superb original artwork for A Most Apocalyptic Christmas on the way.
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