Photographs from book signing at the Claytor Lake Festival June 11, 2016 in Dublin, Virginia.
Photographs from the Gallery Show at the Decatur Library on May 27, 2016. Congratulations to Michele Phillips, illustrator of “Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen,” for her invitation to display this book’s cover design in the Gallery Show, which was conducted in conjunction with the Decatur Arts Festival’s Art Walk.
How did a trip to Ernest Hemingway’s house and a red EXIT sign influence the name that Jean Neff Guthrie uses for futuristic technology in her YA science fiction series?
Meet Michele Phillips, the illustrator who brought to life a pivotal moment in “Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen.” Find out how her love of drawing horses and unicorns as a girl impacted her decision to accept this book cover design assignment.
Why would Jean Neff Guthrie, author of Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen, write about good aliens? Why not create emotion and tension with an alien force as the bad guys and a handsome hunk to save a lovely maiden from them?