Artwork for The Manticore’s Secret cover has arrived. Looks good.
whats a manticore,btw?
In TSP, its a lion-headed creature with a tail that shot poisoned darts … a rather interesting creature.
Can we have a pic of the cover plz? Or is it copyrighted???
srin: the prologue to TMS (link in sidebar) will explain.
kanti: man-headed lion, actually, but thanks. copyright issues re cover of my own book not likely to be major hassle for me:) i realize this post should come with an image, but its not really a cover until titling etc has been done – so far all i have is an image. but covers for manticore (and new simoqin) should be ready v soon.
Sorry for the slip-up.
The cover would be just fine even without the titling an’ all, but post it when you want to.
so what’s a manticore? 😀
me = dumb; (you might have already answered this or it’s somewhere on the blog)
when does the book hit the shelves?
momo: yeah, yeah. and damn you, you were right all along.
dr a: december. not sure what day.
I have a question about the old Simoquin Cover. Who’s the guy with blusih skin at the top of the page whose eyebrows are visible only?
And do we get a hint as to how the main characters look like in teh new covers?
pip squeak: i don’t think anyone, not even the artist, knows whose eyes (or eyebrows) they are. maybe they’re ravian eyes? (sinister music)
errr..you do know that you share your name now with Indian cricket’s first infant, right? Also, one thinks it fair to keep one you forewarned- if and when you come down to this city of beans, one might have to interview you. oh frabjous day!
uh, congrats. lets pester the publishers, u do it. we wanna read it. pronto.
I had to create a non-blog just to ask you this, but…did you write the Wikipedia entry for Manticore? I read it and thought it sounded like you, and then I got all Sherlock Holmes i.e. I decided to ask you.
k: interesting picture!
james: havent written anything for wikipedia. turn non-blog into blog!
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