First Sketch!

It’s starting. 🙂

Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy

Carolyn Arcabascio’s sketch of Willa in her Clockwerk costume.

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Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy, An Idiot Genius Novel.

By Richard Due

Coming this Fall to a bookstore near you!

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Two more short videos on my experiences working with an illustrator.

Choosing One Illustration Over Another

Streamlining Workflow

The first two in a series of short videos on my experiences working with an illustrator.

Transferring the Image in Your Mind to that of Your Illustrator’s

Making Effective Illustrations

If you have an Apple device or a Kindle, you’re in luck!

iTunes

Here’s the iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id462821767

Here’s the Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005JFMKB8

Thanks everybody!

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I added chapter twelve of The Moon Coin to wattpad, meaning you can now read half the book there for free. Wattpad also started taking videos, so I posted this little teaser trailer there as well.

The Moon Coin / A Moon Realm Novel

When Lily and Jasper’s uncle disappears, Lily must search for him in the most unlikely of places: the fading realms of her childhood bedtime tales.

“For a feel of the beginning of The Moon Coin, picture what might come into being if you took C.S. Lewis and Dr. Seuss and locked them in a room until they wrote a book together. Got that? And then Dr. Seuss gets kicked out and the whole thing takes a rather J.R.R. Tolkien turn.” -V.K. Finnish, author of The Society’s Traitor, The Discoveries of Arthur Grey

Get it on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005JFMKB8

Read the first half on Wattpad for free: https://www.wattpad.com/43091698-the-moon-coin-blurb

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The Moon Coin & The Dragondain. Epic fantasy for ages 9 to 99. Visit the Moon Realm.

These are not your parents’ bedtime tales.

Telling a wicked good tale is a talent, but making it sound believable is a gift. Even as young teens, Lily and Jasper Winter still love their uncle’s bedtime tales. But they don’t believe, as they once did, that the tales he spins are true, or that his fantastic paintings are from places he’s actually been . . . that would be childish.

Now Uncle Ebb is missing.

Lily and Jasper are supposed to stay out of trouble while their parents search Ebb’s study, but his mansion is full of distractions. A Tesla generator thrums in the basement. Prismatic electrimals drift lazily around walls resembling underwater reefs. Then Oscar, a fuchsia-plumed flying seahorse, leads the siblings to a secret room, where the mystery of their uncle’s…

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