Cover Reveal—Darrion by Marissa Ames

We are very excited to reveal the cover for “Darrion” by Marissa Ames—available October 11, 2013 in eBook only.

The cover for Darrion by Marissa Ames

Front Cover


Imprint Design


The first time Darrion struck her, Lana loaded her wagon and left Cynegil. Two-year-olds should not hit like that. She draped the windows of her cottage with dense cloth and worked by a single candle. If she timed her flight well, she could pass through the market during changing of the guard. In another era, under another king’s reign, Lana would have rejoiced that Darrion had inherited his father’s gift. Now, if Lana did not present her son to the king, she could lose her head.

Available:  October 11, 2013 in eBook

About the Author

Crossing genres, Marissa Ames writes fantasy fiction and blogs for multiple venues, including a national poultry magazine. Her debut novel, Minstrel, begins the medieval-based fantasy series of Tir Athair. She is currently working on Vassal, the second novel in the Tir Athair series, and collaborates with many worthy writers on diverse anthologies. Marissa has written stories since age 8, instilling her lifelong fascination with medieval history into her work. In her real life, she manages a day job, a husband and two teenage children, and an entire urban farm just a mile south of downtown Reno, Nevada, in the United States.

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Design Credits:

Cover painting of bluebells by Marissa Ames

Cover Concept by Marissa Ames & Blue Harvest Creative

Cover Design by Blue Harvest Creative

eBook Design by Blue Harvest Creative

Imprint concept by Marissa Ames

Imprint Design by Blue Harvest Creative


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