Sarah Pacetti

Artist

Sarah Pacetti is an illustrator and sequential artist. She lives in Augusta, Georgia with her best friend and husband, Nico, where they create fictional worlds and watch Netflix with their four feline children: Artemis, Apollo, Ares, and Hades.

The Adventures of Ninja and Bunny is her first children’s picture book series, and she is thrilled to be bringing their adventures to the world!

Sarah’s favorite things are gardening, thunderstorms, Thai tea, and her family.

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Up Next

Watch for the second and third books in the illustrated children’s picture book series Adventures of Ninja and Bunny, due to release in 2016.

Book 2: Ninja and Bunny to the Rescue

Their good friend, Tiberius the dog, is missing! Ruthie and her little sister Marian search everywhere, even the animal shelter, but he’s nowhere to be found.

Finally, Ruthie discovers a trail of scorched ground that could have been created by another creature from Fairyland, one far more dangerous.

The girls must again transform into Ninja and Bunny! But will they be able to save the day — and their friend — again?

Find out in the sisters’ second adventure full of wonder, imagination, and courage.

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Daiki Sasaki

Artist

Daiki is a true global citizen, having graduated from fine art school in Japan. His work has taken him across diverse mediums traversing illustration and graphic design. With more than three decades of illustration behind him, his style is as diverse as the purpose for which it’s needed.

He’s told he has the uncanny knack of just knowing what’s needed for a work to bring it to life. Give him a story with nature, locations and characters, and his imagination is yours!

He loves music, art (of course), and origami-time with his kids.

Please stop by his website and say hello, and follow him on Facebook. (Find the links under the “Contact” tab above.)

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Covers & Illustrations by Daiki Sasaki:

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Luke Spooner

 
 

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Luke Spooner a.k.a. ‘Carrion House’ and ‘Hoodwink House,’ currently lives and works in the South of England. Having recently graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a first class degree, he is now a full time illustrator for just about any project that peaks his interest.

Despite regular forays into children’s books and fairy tales, for which he has won awards for literary and artistic merit, his true love lies in anything macabre, melancholy or dark in nature and essence. He believes that the job of putting someone else’s words into a visual form, to accompany and support their text, is a massive responsibility – as well as being something he truly treasures.

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Please stop by his website and say hello, and follow him on.
Website for Darker Work: Carrion House
Website for Child-Friendly Work: Hoodwink House
Fan page for Darker Work: Facebook – Carrion House
Fan Page for Children’s Books: Facebook – Hoodwink Hose
Twitter page for Darker Work: Twitter – Carrion House
Twitter page for Children’s Books: (Coming Soon)
Professional page for all work: LinkedIn

Covers & Illustrations by Luke Spooner (Active Books Only):

Sam Keiser

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In the pursuit of honing his visual storytelling craft, Sam Keiser finished his fine art studies at Georgetown Atelier after graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design. One of the longest-standing illustrators with Evolved Publishing, he believes that every image should be able to tell a vivid story and evoke powerful emotions. Alongside book illustration, Sam has worked with other notable companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Crunchy Roll, and Rooster Teeth. Always interested in artistic and personal growth, Sam tries to stay curious and explore new ways to view the world.

Book Covers by Sam Keiser

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Michael Golvach

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by
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Circles
by
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Dormir
by
Michael Golvach

Foreign Land
by
J.S. Sherwood

In the Company of the
Dead
by Ciara Ballintyne

Noah Zarc: Cataclysm
by
D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Declaration
by
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Noah Zarc:
Mammoth Trouble
by D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Omnibus
(Boxed Set)
by D. Robert Pease

On the Edge of Death
by
Ciara Ballintyne

Spirals
by
Ruby Standing Deer

Stones
by
Ruby Standing Deer

The Temptation
of Destiny
by D.M. Earley

To Make the Dead Weep
by
Ciara Ballintyne

Warden’s Reign
by
Parris Sheets

Cover Designs by Sam Keiser (Rights Returned to Author)

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John Cardinal

 
 

Artist-Inactive

John Cardinal enjoys drawing with his kids, reading comics, and living near the ocean. He has a BFA from Montserrat in Illustration, and has worked professionally as an illustrator and graphic designer for the past 12 years. His work runs the gamut, from newspaper and magazine illustration, to logo and product design. His style is crafted from chaotic line and impulse. He draws with the zeal of a child. To him, “Realism” is boring — he wants to make something new.

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