Just thought I’d share a little personal project I’ve spent the last few evenings on. Dr. Wainright and Podge in all their glory. It’s still a work in progress, but I thought it was starting to look good enough to share a peek.
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Things got away from me and I forgot to announce to everyone that the newest Crag Banyon story by James Mullaney is available for purchase as a Kindle book. This is my 3rd book cover for Mr. Mullaney and it would mean a great deal to me if you would rush over to Amazon and buy your copy today!
Introducing the cover art for Red Menace #2. Logo Design and layout Gerald Welch, cover art by your’s truly! Available now on Kindle.
I might be a bit biased for this book because I painted the cover, but I found the book to be a great light hearted romp in fantasy. In the tradition of the Eddy Bear mysteries and the Dirk Gently mysteries, Mullaney turns the detective novel on its ear. The lovable but gruff detective, Crag Banyon has been framed for the murder of one of Santa’s little helpers, and it leads him on a journey through the seedier side of the North Pole.
Mullaney does a great job of breathing new life into familiar figures and breaking down your preconceived notions of the holidays. There’s a chase scene near the end that isn’t to be missed. If you enjoy detective stories mixed with a healthy dose of humor, you’ll likely find this to be a grand romp!
This is the official cover image for James Mullaney’s new novella, One Horse Open Slay available now on Kindle, painted by your’s truly! I’m excited to see some of my work being used by a professional writer, and look forward to working with James on future projects. You may recognize Mullaney as one of the authors of the widely popular Destroyer series, or perhaps you’ve read his recent adventure tale, Red Menace: Red and Buried. Now he’s turned his pen toward detective stories with a magical twist! If you buy a copy and read it, let me know what you think in the comments. And if you’re in the market for some cover art for your own project, I welcome the challenge.