As promised, here is the final cover for the second book in the Guardians of the Seals series, and it won’t be called The Worthless One, as previously indicated. Nope. As the story evolved so did the players and as they evolved so did my research, and what I discovered blew my mind away. But that is all I can say at this stage.
I’m not going to waste your time any further, ladies and gentlemen, I present to you:
At long last, I’ve reached a stage where I can actually see the light at the end of the tunnel and it’s looking good. As mentioned, my focus shifted while I wrote this book. The original bad guy is still in there. Still looming. Still very dangerous, but he is not the only player. Not by a long shot.
Let me know what you think of the cover. I will provide an updated blurb real soon. Keep watching this space!
12 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: The Morrigan”
Have to say I love it, great follow to the first.
Thanks, I’m glad to hear that. I’m tweaking the blurb and will have it on here soon, promise. Thanks for commenting.
Simple and beautiful. I love it. The first one matched the story so well. I’m sure this one will do the same. Looking forward to more!
Thank you so much. It helps a lot to hear comments like this, helps me stay on the road and in the right direction. Cheers!
Did you make it? If so, well done. Nothing busy or cheesy. Looks classical like its already on a shelf. Anxious to read it!
Thanks, Bob. No, Fena Lee did. She’s the same artist that did my first one. Because it’s part of a series I wanted the covers to follow the same theme. The third book, tentatively titled Ulfhednar Redux will look similar, but with a different image and background colour. But first I have to finish The Morrigan. 🙂
Understated, yet badass.
Now that’s a powerful compliment. Thank you. 🙂
So very nice 🙂
And I’m a fan of Irish myths so I’m very intrigued by the Morrigan.
Plot changed because of research? Oh. This sounds kind of familiar 😉
Oh, yes. I’m a great believer in allowing the story to dictate direction. It is a rare thing for me to plot out the story. 😛
As for that research, here is a link to historical context for The Morrigan: https://woelfdietrich.com/2014/04/28/the-morrigan-some-historical-context/