Katherine and Elizabeth's Interview with Lisa Brewster
'Of course, the words inside the covers are the most important thing about a book. But there’s no denying that a beautiful cover can draw the eye and convince someone to pick up a book which she otherwise might have passed over. We’ve been lucky enough to end up with a truly stunning cover for The Witch’s Kiss, so we decided to find out a bit more about the cover design process by interviewing the creator of our artwork, the lovely Lisa Brewster from Black Sheep Design'...
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US Senator James Wyckoff hires former government agents turned private security consultants Janson and Kincaid to locate his teenage son Gregory. Gregory's girlfriend Lynell, a translator, has been found dead in a Seoul hotel, and Gregory has fled the city. But Senator Wyckoff insists his son is innocent, suggesting that Lynell may have been killed because of something she overheard at a recent international conference.
Typography by Blacksheep
Welcome to Bitterly Bay. Spangles McNasty has decided to spend his summer doing what he loves the most: shouting at babies, pulling faces at old ladies, eating cold chips from bins and best of all, collecting other people's spangly things!
Having convinced themselves that goldfish are made of gold and that they grow to the size of whales, Spangles and his friend Sausage-face Pete decide to find the great Fish of Gold. They'll be rich forever!
Only young Freddie Taylor can stop Spangles' dastardly plan, in a tale full of time-travelling jet skis, madcap chases and haunted custard. It is a tale so odd, your mind-cogs will jam with happiness for ever after!
Caroline Lawrence's Roman Mysteries series
The cover artist for Juba (main character) is Paul Young, logo, lettering and background were all done by James Macey and there will also be inside maps and art by Richard Lawrence.