Hello, friends!

Back in April, when I was participating in the A to Z Challenge, I wanted to do something extra special for the letter M.  That was the post about Milo Marrero, the protagonist of my new book, The Medusa Effect: A Tomorrow News Network Novella.  I wanted to draw a specific scene—a specific moment—from that book.

Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to finish my drawing, and I had to settle for a quick little portrait of Milo instead.  Ever since then, though, I kept thinking Milo deserved better.  Well, my friends, I’m now able to show you the drawing that was originally intended to go with that post.  I finally finished it!

For those of you who’ve read The Medusa Effect, I’m sure you know what this scene is and why it’s important.  For the rest of you, you can click here to see the original A to Z post about Milo Marrero.  Or if you’re curious about that blonde lady or her cyborg cameraman, you can click here or here respectively.

Or you can click here to go buy the book on Amazon, or you can read it for free with Kindle Unlimited.  I would really appreciate it if you did!

P.S.: I have more Tomorrow News Network illustrations in progress, so stayed tuned!

2 responses »

  1. Steven Rose, Jr. says:

    That’s a really neat illustration! It would be neat if illustrations in books would make a comeback. However, if you’re a self-publisher like many of us are, it can be a lot of work and can make a longer wait-time for a book to release. Just a thought, though.

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    • J.S. Pailly says:

      It’s one of my long term goals to have an illustrated edition of the Tomorrow News Network series. But yeah, I know that’s a tough thing to pull off, especially with self-publishing. A writer can dream, though.

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