Story Illustrations on Art Day

One of the things I am increasingly doing is illustrating my novels and essays in the pages of books published on Amazon.

As you can see, Amazon allows me to use my own artwork on the covers as well as illustrations inside. I-Universe would allow neither.
This is the most recent illustration from my as-yet unpublished novel, The Necromancer’s Apprentice.

More from the work-in-progress, The Necromancers Apprentice;

Yes, they’re naked, but that’s because they are Sylphs (3-inch-tall fairies,) not human beings.

What follows are published illustrations;

Recipes for Gingerbread Children

Horatio T. Dogg
Horatio T. Dogg
Cissy Moonskipper’s Travels

One of the glorious things about ebooks is the fact that they allow colored illustrations which will print as black and white in the paperback version.

Cissy Moonskipper’s Travels
The Wizard in his Keep
A Field Guide to Fauns

These, of course, are only a small sampling of the many illustrations in my books, especially the more recent books.

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