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City Without End Wins Silver Spectrum Award

Here is the “freaking gorgeous” cover artwork (as one reader put it) for City Without End, next year’s third book in my series, The Entire and The Rose. For this cover, Stephan Martiniere has just won the Silver Spectrum award, novel category. This cover may surpass the covers he’s already done for The Entire and The Rose–and that’s after I thought he’d already created the ultimate knock-out covers for Bright of the Sky and A World Too Near! (To see these covers, click here.)

I am enormously grateful to Stephan Martiniere for so gloriously capturing the world of the Entire, and lavishing his amazing talent on my stories.

Since I don’t seem to be able quite yet to negotiate LJ renditions of these kinds of files, I urge you to take a look at this cover on Pyr’s blog.

Cover for A World Too Near

This gorgeous Stephan Martiniere cover adorns my forthcoming novel, A World Too Near. (March, ’08.)

I couldn’t be more thrilled to have one of Martiniere’s uncanny, menacing, and yearning portraits for this book! A World Too Near is book two of my series, The Entire and The Rose, and as with the first book, Martiniere’s painting combines organic and inorganic shapes, vivid details, and a superb mastery of depth. Read More…