The graphic on the book cover is from a Hogarth illustration that depicted Tyburn, the place of the gallows in London. A major location in my screenplay.
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Two more of the script’s antagonists – Sean and Egbert – picking on the canine Codger.
Finally getting the title all together last time was a big improvement. So, wanting a graphic with more scale and with a feeling of location, I called up a former one. Getting closer.
Available for preorder on Applebooks. One day to go until release.
The lair of the Ratcatcher, one of the antagonists from my screenplay Peter and the Serpent.
Two days to go before my third publication comes out.
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Meet Jacob, a minor character in Peter and the Serpent, hard at work protecting the community.
Some minor alterations, but I want to experiment some more.
Peter and the Serpent launches in three days time. It is available for preorder at Applebooks (Kindle coming up shortly, as well as paperback and hardbound editions).
Where else would you find a chimneysweep at work?
Though you will find Peter – up and down – and all about the town of London – in Peter & the Serpent which launches in four days time.
Available for preorder now at Applebooks.
Nah! But Alice is a charmer – one of the characters in Peter and the Serpent.
My friend Howard Kazanjian consented to write a few words about Peter and the Serpent.
Now available for preorder at Applebooks, launching in five days.
Simpler, but not quite there. Need to flesh a few more things. (Gabriel is one of the characters in the screenplay).
Six days until launch. Peter and the Serpent is available for preorder at Applebooks. More on the way.
Judged it too busy. And not well put together. Had the idea of a storyboard construct, but it would take better graphic skills than I have to make it pop. And that serpent -UGH!
I found the English illustrator William Hogarth to be a greet inspiration in writing Peter and the Serpent.