‘Vanguard Prime: War Zone’ Full Cover Reveal
The title for this post pretty much says it all, huh? I mean, there are times to be ambiguous and, clearly, this is not one of those times.
You may have noticed that the banner image above has changed. And if you haven’t seen the image before, allow me to very proudly say that it’s the artwork from Vanguard Prime: War Zone. As with the previous books in the series, illustrator Chad McCown has delivered a beautiful, energetic piece of wraparound artwork which this time features the Vanguard Prime team on the front battling it out with the [unnamed mysterious bad guys] on the back.
You can see the finished product for yourselves when War Zone is released on August 29, but in the meantime you can enjoy the full cover image by clicking below;
But that’s not all! I also have Vanguard Prime: Red Alert news! Penguin has now set up a landing page for the eBook, which means you can find links to it in all its various formats in one handy spot. Click here now to check it out.
If you haven’t had the chance to read it as yet, I highly recommend it as it’s a bite-sized adventure featuring the whole Vanguard Prime team, as well as a variety of new, exciting villains. This is in addition to the first two books in the series available in digital formats at $4.99 – a bargain if ever I saw one!
What else has been going on? Well, for one thing I participated in the pop-up library that Werribee Plaza set up for Book Week, where I got to read one of my favourite picture books (Instructions by Neil Gaiman, if you’re curious) as well as talk with the kids in the audience about writing and storytelling. I’ll make sure to post some pictures when they become available.
I mean, how often do you get a picture of yourself sitting on a giant storybook throne?
‘Til next time.
Posted on August 19, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged agent alpha, book 3, ebook, epublishing, free book, free ebook, goldrush, instructions, middle fiction, neil gaiman, picture book, superhero art, superhero fiction, superheroes, vanguard prime, war zone, young adult sci-fi. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.