Tuesday, March 7, 2017
BEAST(S) of the MONTH
I'd be turning virtual cartwheels, and quaffing (actual) champagne!
But things don't always go according to plan. And nobody is more disappointed than me that my book has been delayed by one more year. We were on track for the original release date as recently as last August. But Circumstances intervened that (rather suddenly) required fundamental changes.
And now that those have been addressed, my new publication date is March 6 — 2018.
Yes, it seems like an eternity from now. (Especially for me, since I'm so eager for everyone to read it!) But to pass the time, I'm reviving my Beast of the Month countdown: for the next 12 months, I'll post images of some of my favorite Beasts from art, literature and the movies!
They won't be my Beast, exactly, but I hope they'll help get you in the mood!
First up: feast your eyes on this utterly gorgeous cover illustration for a 2014 children's book edition of La Belle et la Bete by French graphic artist David Sala. Pretty great, non?
The colors are clean and bold, the patterns are vivid, and I love the soft, almost Klimt-like details of the roses and faces. But best of all — what an impressive Beast!
See more of David Sala's La Belle et la Bete illustrations at his website.
And watch this space for future Beast updates!