COVER REVEAL: The Wrath of SnowFire

Today I am showcasing one of my latest cover designs for my own works. Check out the latest cover for my Tales of Ferrês series. The Wrath of SnowFire had several elements used throughout the cover but surprisingly was one of my easier covers to do to date. It shows how with practice things get easier to work through as time goes on.


RELEASE DATE: January 31, 2019

After long months being on puppy duty SnowFire finally gets a day of freedom. The day should have been relaxing, but it turned into a mother’s worst nightmare. As an intruder enters their territory SnowFire rushes to her pups to protect them. Word is delivered to her that one of her older pups is missing and all claws are out as she hunts the land to find her.

DarkDeath watches his mate go postal when the word gets delivered a twin-tailed fox entered their territory. With his second in command at his side they search for the enemy only to find they might be too late. As the wind mingles SnowFire’s and the enemies scent together––magic takes shape leaving DarkDeath fearing for his mate’s life.

Will SnowFire’s rage push her past her breaking point? Or, will DarkDeath save her from herself? See what happens in the 6th installment within the Tales of Ferrês story series and find out why this alpha female shouldn’t be messed with.

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About K.M. Jenkins

Author PicK.M. Jenkins (a.k.a Katie), is a speculative fiction author that creates world of Epic Fantasy and Paranormal Romance. She released her first short story, “​A Father’s Protection” in August of 2018, and plans to publish several more short stories before the year is out.

When K.M isn’t writing, she runs her business as a cover artist at ​KJ Magical Designs, LLC and chases her twin boys around the house. Between the three she has epic battles throughout the day and nothing ever gets boring.

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Check out the other covers in the series below.

COVER REVEAL: Illuminated Darkness

Today I am happy to showcase one of our latest covers we did for author David A. Lloyd. Below you will find his cover for Cross the Line, Book One: A Green Eyed Burn. This cover was a blast to create and hope you all enjoy. Check out David A. Lloyd at his provide details below.



Connect with David A. Lloyd

47577191_370663400370862_6858984946904596480_nDavid was bitten by the movie bug at a young age. There are even rumors of him and his friends running amuck in a small Ontario town with a Super8mm camera making a superhero movie. David denies that was him in the cape and long underwear.

Founded by cousins David A. Lloyd and Norm Scanlon The Cousin Company produced a collection of short films including the shot on Super8mm film superhero satire FLASH before delving into their first feature THE LEGEND OF VIPER’S HILL which became the official selection of the 2011 Wreck-Beach International Film Festival.

Branching out David is also a sough after screenwriter having penned scripts for filmmakers Brett Kelly (IRON SOLDIER, ATTACK OF THE JURASSIC SHARK, HOMICYCLE, THE LAST OUTLAW, RAIDER OF THE LOST SHARK & OUIJA. SHARK) and Chris Turner (INVISIBLE ASSASSIN). He was also the head writer/researcher for Sonic SoundWorx/Antram House Interactive’s HOLLYWOOD BABYLON NOW (PC-CD)

CROSS THE LINE is his first novel.

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COVER REVEAL: Illuminated Darkness

Today I am happy to showcase one of our latest covers we did for dark fantasy author Jennifer Ann Schlag. Below you will find her cover for Illuminated Darkness, The Divinity of Damien Calla Book Two. This cover was a blast to create and hope you all enjoy. Check out Jennifer Ann Schlag at her provide details below.


Connect with Jennifer Ann Schlag

I am a dark-fantasy writer that likes to take reality and smash it into fantasy and let things fall where they may. Although I see myself as more of a visual storyteller (filmmaker/screenwriter), I am ultimately a storyteller. I started out writing short stories to entertain myself and my friends, which progressed into writing screenplays. Then, after wanting to expand on my stories and the characters, I decided to try novel writing. My parents did not share my passion of wanting to make movies and writing stories as a career, so I abandoned it for a while. But it came back to me. Some things are meant to be and they will always find a way to be together.

I have an infinite amount of love for animals, especially wolves. Every story of mine features a wolf in some way.