I’ve been playing around with spoof covers for a bit of fun and practicewith Photoshop. So, I thought I would reference the fact that Robert Jordan isa southern writer using a dead mule and a burring city. Robert Jordan, shortlybefore his death, joked about the lack of dead mules in his work. However, if internetrumors are to be believed the final book in the series will include dead mulesin the prologue. Apparently RJ chose to deliver a punch line from beyond thegrave.
I am trying to produce a series of mock up e-book covers,for practice and fun.
Obviously I can’t do too many with my own name and chosen title without looking a little megalomaniac. So could I have some suggestions for spoof titles, names and story synopsis? Silly is ok, but please nothing too crazy. I’ll happily do fan art, especially WOT fan art; why elsewould I post this? It will be a better exercise to have someone else pick the sceneand a lot more fun.
Here is an example
I am writing a novel by posting drafts online as I go along, welcoming feedback and generally trying to complete the novel before June. This is intended as a bit of fun, focused practice and a way to get a novel written.
It is a supernatural mystery full of dusty old books and one teenage girl. A very rough draft of the first two chapters can be found here http://guernseygoat.deviantart.com/#/d4i2l20
Yes you missed days one, two, three and four. Thisis a good thing given how
Dragonmount.com is a fan-maintained website dedicated to Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time fantasy series. It is an online community of people from all over the world who have come here to experience the series to the fullest.