Well almost. Most customers have received their copy of Emily Executioner. Others are waiting on mail to arrive. The Kickstarter was both a lot more work and a lot more rewarding than I expected. Thanks to everyone who backed!
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Emily Executioner Book Launch!
Bridge City Comics & Collectibles was kind enough to offer a book launch for Emily Executioner! I felt uncomfortable making it all about me, therefore we’re bringing friends:
Ryan is a talented guy. His art style is very different from Darwyn Cooke, but his layouts, perspective choices, and “acting” remind me of the “Parker” series Mr. Cooke created. I still love the way Ryan inks his work, it has been my favorite aesthetic aspect of the Daisy Blackwood series.
The Daisy Blackwood series has the roguish charm of Indiana Jones, with the adventurous appeal of Tin Tin. This story can genuinely be enjoyed by readers of all ages, it is safe for kids, but packs enough punch to keep adults engaged. The story is a non-stop action romp, where characters are developed at a fast pace.
Daisy Blackwood reads as a complete story within a large character arc and possibly overarching story arc. I enjoyed the pacing and art. It’s a fun read for fans of adventure and possibly steam punk. I rate this book a tank of petrol.
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