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#91: The Artwork of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire

Guy Erma and the Son of Empire is a new SciFi series which has had 60,000 downloads in its first 3 months. 

These are all original SF drawings that illustrate and imagine the new worlds described in Guy Erma and the Son of Empire

This book collects together a host of images and artwork created by a variety of artists which illustrate and bring to life this amazing adventure.

These pictures, I hope, will add to your enjoyment of the series, and help you visualize the story very much as I see it.

In the words of lead artist Boban: What you can't see does not exist.

Enjoy Guy Erma!

  • Kindle: 18131 KB
  • Publisher: Dickson House; First Edition edition (October 1, 2015)
  • ASIN: B015D0U4ZW


Sally Ann Melia was born in Wallasey, England, in 1964, and moved to the South of France when she was eleven. She spent her teenage years living in the cosmopolitan city state of Monaco and became immersed in its many languages and cultures. An English girl in a French school, for three hours each week she would sit at the back of the class as her colleagues learnt English. To pass the time, she wrote stories. This led to a lifetime of writing novels, scripts, stories and articles.

In her working life, Sally writes marketing communications and manages large international websites.

In 2010, Sally joined the Hogs Back Writers, a club located on the outskirts of Guildford, and she set about turning an old manuscript into this novel: Guy Erma and the Son of Empire. Sally currently lives in Farnham, and she is married with two children.

Connect with Sally:  Website  ~  Facebook  ~  Twitter  ~  Pinterest


My review for Kidnap: Part One


REVIEW:
I feel more connected to Empire.
When I read Part One of Guy Erma and the Son of Empire, I was on the fence with it. I liked the exciting parts of the story revolving around the kidnapping. Mixed with Star Wars-like elements, and it was moving along. The story was more of intro for me though, and it didn't really blow me away.
What I did find fascinating was this idea I had pictured in my mind when reading it. How the characters looked, the elements in space, and even the ships. Being a highly visual person, I loved this book of artwork that brings you deep into Empire and shows you how they were created.
It made me enjoy the story I had read even more than before. I actually sat and thought maybe I was a little harsh, and I should go back and read it again. Reading the how and why behind it all made it make more sense... if that makes sense... lol.
Wonderful illustrations. Carefully thought out and brilliant, really. I think you should check this out, and then read the three books. You will be able to have the characters and scenes in your mind, making a more visual read.


5/5


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