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Fantasy Art Show: January

Posted by A.E. Marling in Fantasy Art Show

Elvish ladies and dwarven gentlemen, I give you the January Art Show for fantasy novels by authors we love. Please revel in the design of these illustrations, and with but one fell click on an cover you can discover more about the novel. I also encourage you to vote for your favorite in the comments section.

Without further ado:

When an Awl takes Sybl from Earth to Aster, she will discover a world of dragons.

Cat Colvin, average teenager? Or something else entirely?

The Choice: To serve the undead or become one of them.

The thrill of the chase is what Van Gast lives for, but this scam could be a risk too far.

Tallic Shawen discovers his father’s secret and must stop an empire of his kin from reviving a dark power.

Once you open the Grimoire, there is no going back. The adventure is worth every danger…if you survive.

Follow Shevata’s journey from her role as a soulless child of war to a life of love and family.

The Heart of Fire may be her people’s salvation, but the magic’s price is steep: the loss of Sorcha’s humanity.

Where rules are meant to be broken, Secrets are meant to be kept, And everything is not what it seems.

Teen inherits a dragon, discovers she’s a faery, and defies the Fae to control her future … and save her dragon.

He had everything until darkness began to destroy all he cared for. Can one man overcome the forces of darkness?

Her father-king wants war. Her messianic brother wants peace. The black god wants his due. She suffers all the consequences.

Aztec noir fantasy, where blood sacrifices keep the end of the world at bay. A magical crime upsets the balance.

Princess Ki’leah Del’Sivahr flees an arranged marriage to join the Fey-Velahr in their quest to destroy a dormant sorceress.

Miserere is a dark fantasy about an exiled exorcist, Lucian Negru, who commands the Gates between Woerld and Hell.

A jewel of thanks to all the participating authors. The work they went through to bring their story to this state was monumental, and they all of them deserve our appreciation. Please do take the time to vote for your favorite in the comments section. If you are a fantasy author and would like to feature your novel in next month’s gallery, please enter here.

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