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We worked with several brilliant artists in 2011 at Hadley Rille Books. Here's what they created for us (in the order of appearance). These are the images without the text overlay.

Artists featured are: Jesse Smolover, Ginger Sundquist Prewitt, Rachael Mayo, Tobias Roetsch, Kerry Barnes & Brett Bossard, Simone Held, and Li Cheng.

Artwork from Jesse Smolover:

Cover art by Jesse Smolover for Eolyn, a novel by Karin Rita Gastreich

Cover art by Jesse Smolover for Finder, a novel by Terri-Lynne DeFino

Cover art by Jesse Smolover for A Time Never Lived, a novel by Terri-Lynne DeFino

Artwork from Ginger Sundquist Prewitt:

Map insert by Ginger Sundquist Prewitt for Eolyn by Karin Rita Gastreich

Map insert by Ginger Sundquist Prewitt for The Song and the Sorceress and The Northern Queen by Kim Vandervort

Map insert by Ginger Sundquist Prewitt for Finder by Terri-Lynne DeFino

Artwork from Rachael Mayo:

Cover art by Rachael Mayo for Buffalito Contingency by Lawrence M. Schoen

Cover art by Rachael Mayo for Shapers' Veil by M.C. Chambers

Artwork by Tobias Roetsch:

Cover art by Tobias Roetsch for The Last Outpost and Other Tales, by Z.S. Adani

Artwork by Kerry Barnes & Brett Bossard:

Cover art by Kerry Barnes & Brett Bossard for Beta Test by Eric Griffith

Artwork by Simone Held:

Cover art by Simone Held for Theatre of Curious Acts by Cate Gardner

Artwork from Li Cheng (919-967 AD):

Cover art by Li Cheng (919-967 AD) for Song of the Swallow by K.L. Townsend

Hadley Rille Books


wow :) You've always supported the artists, dude.
Yep, I've always considered their work to be essential. One of several ways to show what's inside the book. Don't judge a book by it's cover...unless the artwork is a good representation of what to expect inside.


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The cover for 'Theater of Curious Acts' is very compelling. Now I want to know what the person on the bridge is looking at (or for).