From my mind. Though my fingers.
Into the mind of the artist and onto the screen. Or something like that. It’s a race on the moon. An illegal street race…where there ain’t no streets.
Compliments to Sarah Hedges for rendering this concept.
Do you like the cover? I sure do. It came from the mind of Ivo.
Ivo seems to be online most of the time. He studied History and Archaeology and is a self-professed Sci-fi addict. Based on his work and creative mind, I don’t doubt it. Feel free to shout out to him on his Artstation site or his Instagram account. I’m sure he’d like to hear from you.
This is a short story that I offer for no additional cost, so I opted to design it myself. Partly because I wanted to see how long it would take. And partly because I didn’t want to pay for something I was giving away for nothing. This was a product of GIMP, with the additional starship graphic by Dan Durda
My second do-it-yourself cover. Another GIMP experiment supporting my promotional giveaway sample from
A new cover for an old story. I used Pixelmator to put this one together. Another “freebie,” this is a creepy story set in 1982. I actually wrote it in 1982. It’s not a sci-fi story, but along those lines. This motion-enhanced image came from photographer Rich Anderson: an abandoned gas station in Pilot Point, Texas, taken in 2009. When you start out with creepy, it’s not too long a walk from there.