And I’m back! Not with a World Fantasy Award – that was deservedly won by the very stylish John Coulthart, and contended by the enchanting Julie Dillon, the jaw-dropping Jon Foster and the darkly luminous John Picacio (whom I met!).
But I have returned with a sketchbook and Daleks!
This instalment of the Dalek Game is for Bess Streeter Aldrich’s A Lantern in Her Hand. I remember very little of this book, except that my mother read it out loud to my family, and by the end of the opening we were all in tears.
In other news: Midnight and Moonshine (with my cover) has been successfully launched! And you can get a copy signed by the authors until 8 December 2012.
Awwww…what a cute little Dalek. I’d like a little Dalek I could hold in my hand. Except it would probably be a brief meeting as it would then exterminate me.
Congrats again on Midnight and Moonshine. Glad you met John Picacio. I have had online conversations with him for a few years and then met him this past May at the Spectrum Fantastic Art Live event here in Kansas City, MO. He has always been very gracious and engaging in these conversations.