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The letter P is good for speculative fiction. So many words to choose from. I decided on two words: PENTAGRAM for fantasy and PLANET for sci-fi. Here is my cover for PENTAGRAM. I wonder why a pentagram has always been … Continue reading
For O – a charmingly round letter – of course there are glowing ORBS floating in the ether. Do you think this cover is better suited for a fantasy story? Or a science fiction story? I also want to offer … Continue reading
For the letter N, I went with a scary theme – NECROMANCER. There are a number of necromancers marching through fantasy novels. Some of those necromancers are even nice. Could you ever be a necromancer?
Here is a rare cover of mine with no woman or girl in the image but a man. A male elf anyway. But my word for the letter M is not a man or a male. It is the MOON. … Continue reading
I have several covers that use the words starting with the L. I couldn’t choose just one. Here are two covers. One is obvious – a LIBRARY. Don’t you feel like this sorceress every time you open a book? I … Continue reading
The letter K begins one of my favorite words – a KEY. What does the word KEY mean to you? A computer key? A key to a house? A key to a soul?
The J is not a much-used letter to start a word. A small dictionary might use only a couple of pages for this letter. I went with a JUNGLE. Have you ever traveled through a jungle? On a sabertooth?
The letter I wasn’t easy for me, but eventually, I went with the word ISLAND. A floating island, to be precise, because, of course, there are floating islands in speculative fiction. Don’t you wish you lived on a floating island?
What word corresponds better to the letter H than a HORSE? Even a dancing golden horse in this fantasy book cover. I wonder: who they are dancing for?
For the letter G, many interesting speculative fiction words were available. There are gnomes and goblins and grimoires. But I chose a GOBLET of magic. Do you think there is poison in her goblet? Or an elixir of eternal youth?