On April 19, fantasy fans everywhere were able to get ahold of The Wolf's Name, Raelyn Teague's debut novel that mingles a bit of paranormal with a touch of romance for a thrilling adventure.
But Teague is not only the author: she's also the artist for the cover. And in the midst of writing (and editing) the story of Matilda, her siblings, and her neighbors, Teague captured their essence in a series of portraits as well.
When Teague brought these character sketches to us, we were excited to have additional material for marketing. But just posting the images with some SEO-friendly caption and a Call to Action seemed to fall short of giving her work its due.
So we worked with Teague to develop additional rich content in the form of a fictional journal written by the sister of the main character found by her ancestor, Raelynn Teague.
It's a lot of fun, adds a lot to the story and character development, and fits right in with our transmedia worlds focus. And in the future, we'd love to see it in print form, possibly a convention exclusive handout.
Check out Teague's blog to see the whole journal at raelynteague.com.
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