Cover Reveal – Heavenly Bride Book 1

I wanted a compelling cover, one that represented how the main character was feeling inside with his dual nature. I just couldn’t think of anything to draw… so while flipping through files I realized that a collage of previous art would be perfect.

I’m uploading the file to Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and our biggest distributor Drivethru Comics tonight. *licks finger to flame* Another down, tssssh.

The Last Standing Comic

Having to quit my webcomic, Akashik, didn’t really give me more time in the day like some readers wished it would. The whole point to having to quit was that survival wasn’t giving me any time. Sometimes, however, time does land itself in my lap. And that time has been spent on Heavenly Bride, my last standing webcomic.

I’ve been rewriting the opening to Heavenly Bride because, well, openings are my weakness. I always take too long to set things up, or I make things too complicated by introducing too many characters or giving the reader too much information. I’ve been working on that and where my webcomic used to get crappy reviews it has begun to get five stars – which makes me all a flutter and wanting to draw it even faster. The final page to the entire series, that last sealing bit of artwork, burns in my head day and night. I’d like to get to it.

The rewrite is finally over and two days ago I managed to seal the pact and begin re-releasing the chapters back to the public. They’re currently up on Amazon up to Chapter 4. I’m having a small hitch with Smashwords and their naming policies (They don’t want me calling the chapters “Chapter 2”, even though that’s kind of what the chapters are called for some sequential reason.) so they are currently only distributing Chapters 1 and 2. I’m currently trying to work with them on this because the old Chapter 2 they’re distributing isn’t very readable and I’d like for them to approve the new and approved, easy to read version I put up two days ago.

But I’ve got things together up to Chapter 4, which means I can now reassemble the first chapter book (creatively named Book 1) and put it up on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. Or something. I dunno.

The thing is I’m currently at a loss for what to draw as the new cover for Book 1. I was just using the cover for Chapter 1, but yeah. That’s not working. I’d be interested in any ideas, but otherwise blaaaah. If I can find the time to draw it, that is…..