MORE 'COVER-REVEAL' POSTS
You're in for a treat today. Eugene Yelchin's memoir of his boyhood growing up behind the Iron Curtain is as funny as it is gutting. I talk with the man about how he managed to own a pair of Baryshnikov's blue jeans and reveal his new cover.
The cover reveal and the story behind the book. Where do authors get their ideas? Here's one answer.
Sidesaddle, as a form of riding, is a bit peculiar. Considered a more "ladylike" way of riding, watching it in action can be a bit terrifying. Here, I'll show you what I mean.
Generally speaking, if you want to ride a homicidal ostrich, you need to take some precautions. And what could be simpler than this method?
Many of the images I shared with you this week had a lot of flash and pizzazz. Today's is quieter.
Today's picture depicts the scene where the Madame is showing Gaucho who is in charge. Because even a tall ball of feathers knows when he's beat.
“Horses may have souls, but ostriches? They do not. No more than giant chickens would.” Gaucho takes center stage again as I continue to count down to my final cover reveal!
When an inventive mouse misses the biggest cheese festival the world has ever seen, he’s determined to turn back the clock. I reveal the cover of the latest from German wunderkind Torben Kuhlmann.
Today, I'd like you to meet one of the heroes of my book. Many of the characters in it are based on real people. And, in one case, a real bird. An ostrich, to be precise, so ornery that he made dinosaurs look peaceful in comparison.
Why do a single cover reveal when you can lead up to it for a week? Starting today I'm revealing interior spot art for my novel Long Road to the Circus, illustrated by David Small.