The Fairy Ring Contest is finally over and, despite the fact I have lapsed into a semi-comatose state, it was easily one of the most rewarding writing experiences of my life. I met dozens of new writers and saw old friends create literary magic of their own.
I was awed by the willingness of all these creative people to donate their time, energy and brilliance to my little contest. One of these creators is Tina Ramey, an extremely talented designer.
Tina kindly donated an illustrated PDF to the winner of The Fairy Ring Twitter #FanFav contest, Ruth Long (@bullishink) and her entry “The Scourge of Clan Bethmoora”.
Check out the amazing job Tina did (jpeg of first page):
Tina found appropriate artwork, contacted the artist for permission and did a magnificent layout of Ruth’s story.
I was so charmed by the beauty of this work, I asked Tina pretty please for a illustration of “Violets”, my own Fairy Ring entry. She sent me this loveliness (jpeg of first page):
I loved it so much I wanted to offer her services to my writer friends. Tina has put together a page detailing her services; she has a short fiction special rate offered (see comments below) for Fairy Ring writers and fans of my blog. She can assist with all your digital publication needs, whether it be a tiny piece of flash fiction or your NaNoWriMo novella.
At only $15 for a 2 page flash fiction, you can’t afford not to have a great-looking presentation for your short fiction for your blog or portfolio site! Go see Tina and get your own pages of loveliness.
4 thoughts on “Illustrating "Violets" – Bringing Your Story to Life”
Thanks, Anna! They were both such a pleasure to design. And, as you mentioned, I’m offering a special rate here on your blog: $15 for a 2-page short fiction eBook design. I look forward to designing more digital publications!
Yes, thank you Tina! I LOVE the ebook you designed for The Scourge of Clan Bethmoora!! You can count on me for top shelf recommendations!! *hugs*
Hello, I was intending to visit eBay, typed it into my search bar and arrived at your blog! I have no idea how it happened – Google must have had a hiccup or fairies were involved! Anyway, you have a beautiful blog, and I’m now following.
Ha, well welcome Barbara! We’re glad the fairies sent you our way. Thanks so much for following and pop by “eBay” any time 😉