When Terry Brooks wished to return to his excellent Word/Void trilogy, he wanted to do so in an unusual way.
He did just that. Many elements from Word/Void originally took root from his first published short story, Imaginary Friends. When Terry decided to return, he wanted to write a sequel to that short story, a longer effort. He asked me if Grim Oak Press would publish the novella for a limited time as an ebook. To do that, I needed cover art.
I hired one of the best in the business. Donato Giancola. And he didn’t disappoint. He created a beautiful painting featuring Jack McCall, the little boy from Imaginary Friends now all grown up, as he meets the Lady of the Word to become a knight. So many readers have commented on this artwork. And, after talking to Donato, we decided it might be great to offer the painting as a beautiful giclee double-signed by Donato and Terry Brooks in two different sizes.
This will be the only time I offer The Lady as a giclee. When gone, they are gone!