I had planned the post the next part of The Infinity Manuscript today, but I’ve been too busy to work on it. I apologize for the delay.
One of the reasons I didn’t finish the next part of The Infinity Manuscript is that I’ve been working on my novel, The Trials of Lance Eliot, as it moves slowly toward publication. Since I wasn’t able to update the serial today, I decided to share some concept art my artist and I came up with for the cover of my novel.
The artist who sketched this concept art is none other than my old man, whose portrait of my typewriter monkeys graces the homepage of this blog. Materials used for this concept art include printer paper, permanent markers, mechanical pencils and several cups of tea.
The picture depicts a scene from The Trials of Lance Eliot, which is the first novel of a trilogy titled The Eliot Papers. I’ve chosen to publish the novel under the name of M.L. Brown; it will, I hope, be released sometime this year.
Now I’d better get back to work!