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See illustrations for my short story, 'Button Man'

daggyland:

Illustrator Tom Pokinko posted some images he created for my upcoming story in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine (AHMM). I’d rather not reveal what the story’s about until it pubs in December, but you might be able to glean some clues from the pencil sketch and the final ink sketch on the blog of this Ottawa, Canada-based illustrator. Thanks, Tom!

Yay for my husband, Joseph D’Agnese! LOVE these sketches and can’t wait to see them in AHMM. Thanks to @TomPokinko for giving great art to Joe’s words.

daggyland : 
 
 This just in! 
 My wife and sometimes co-author Denise Kiernan just got the cover of her next book,  The Girls of Atomic City,  about the women who unknowingly worked to create the fuel for the first bomb. 
 It’s a true story—a narrative nonfiction title that will be published by Touchstone/Simon & Schuster in March 2013. 
 I’m proud of her. It’s a project she’s been working on, in various ways, for the last seven years or so. 
 To find out more, you can check out  Denise’s website … 
 Sign up for the newsletter at the  book site … 
 Check out her old-timey WWII-era images on her  Tumblr blog . 
 You can pre-order via  Amazon . 
 Or pre-order a signed copy via our indie bookstore,  Malaprops .  
 I’ll post again about this when she gets a trailer together. 
 
 Thanks to my hubby for posting this. I can take no credit for designing this cover, but I am so very happy with it. Book is finally feeling real after all these years…

daggyland:

This just in!

My wife and sometimes co-author Denise Kiernan just got the cover of her next book, The Girls of Atomic City, about the women who unknowingly worked to create the fuel for the first bomb.

It’s a true story—a narrative nonfiction title that will be published by Touchstone/Simon & Schuster in March 2013.

I’m proud of her. It’s a project she’s been working on, in various ways, for the last seven years or so.

To find out more, you can check out Denise’s website

Sign up for the newsletter at the book site

Check out her old-timey WWII-era images on her Tumblr blog.

You can pre-order via Amazon.

Or pre-order a signed copy via our indie bookstore, Malaprops

I’ll post again about this when she gets a trailer together.

Thanks to my hubby for posting this. I can take no credit for designing this cover, but I am so very happy with it. Book is finally feeling real after all these years…

Killer Book Covers: My next review: The Mesmerist

YAY for my husband, Joe D’Agnese, and his cover artist Jeroen Ten Berge.

Reblogged from…

killerbookcovers:

I’m already breaking this blog’s #1 rule: review books soley because they have awful covers. The Mesmerist doesn’t have an awful cover, quite the opposite actually. The art looks great, and I’m getting a 100 Bullets vibe from it (check that series out if you miss the reference).

I was…