Finally, finally, finally, Solstice, my graphic novel, has been published!! I pushed the self-publish button today, breathing a huge sigh of relief afterwards. This project was challenging in many ways, but I’m so happy with the outcome and am excited to share it with the world.
Here’s what the cover looks like:
The book is 75 pages total, with 67 pages of original black-and-white artwork done in ink pen. I created the cover art with a computer art program, which I also used to add in the book’s text.
Here’s the blurb:
Somewhere deep in the wilderness, a boy named Fox awakens with no memory of who he is. Upon discovering a group of children surviving in the forest, he is swept into the search for a missing boy. But one question still lingers in his mind: who am I?
Because it’s only one day after this year’s summer solstice, I thought I’d share a teaser. Here’s the first ten pages:
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If you’d like to read the rest, you can buy the book on Lulu.com. 😉
I think Lulu was the right choice for this project, however it’s going to take a while for it to be available on Amazon.com. I’ll let you know when it does, though.
Thanks so much for sticking around, guys. Your support has been amazing. Now that I’ve completed this project I can get back into blogging regularly and start some new fun projects! I’m so excited for what the future holds.