Celluloid Diaries: Alternate cover art for Drowned Sorrow

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Alternate cover art for Drowned Sorrow

Alternate Cover Art by Gilles Vranckx

Alternate cover art for Drowned Sorrow, by Gilles Vranckx.

Have a look at this artist's fascinating portfolio at http://gillesvranckx.blogspot.com.

23 comments:

  1. Drowned Sorrow definitely has a Shadow Over Innsmouth vibe; there was a distinct waft of the Lovecraftian throughout the book.

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  2. I loved the gloomy, cold atmosphere of Drowned Sorrow. A real horror story which leaves a strange feeling after reading. I also love the creepy detachment, just the overall commitment to giving you the creeps... Striking cover art too.

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  3. @James: The Shadow Over Innsmouth connection never occurred to me, but now you mention it, I'm surprised it didn't. It's pretty obvious I guess. I always got a real The Wicker Man vibe from it personally.

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  4. They say the consumer that purchases a book is first pulled in by the cover. You have definitely pulled me in.

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  5. YOUR HOT

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  6. I followed GFC, Facebook, and twitter. Thanks for the giveaway!!!1

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  7. I followed you on GCF (Zoe Leonarczyk)

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  8. I followed you on Pinterest (Zoe Leonarczyk)

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  9. AND, I followed you on Facebook! (Zoe Leonarczyk)

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  10. Oh, and if you need my email its cornyrex(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. I haven't read Drowned Sorrow yet, but I can't wait to read this. The Wicker Man / folk horror vibe is so enticing.

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  12. Thats quite a dramatic cover, love it !!

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  13. Simply fascinating!

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  14. I'm a sucker for coastal based horrors. I love small seaside towns (I lived in one in Wales for three years), but there can often be something unnerving and darkly exciting about them; especially during stormy weather and you're completely at the mercy of the elements and feel so isolated. Perfect horror setting.

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  15. ok...the cover did it. i just had to go back and finally buy drowned sorrow to my kindle. there are few things in life i love more than paranormal fiction.

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  16. I would love to read Drowned Sorrow. The cover is definitely striking, but the synopsis is what sold me ;) GFC Denise Zaky
    dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

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  17. hi. i'm following the "wandering wednesday" blog hop. i would love for you to visit my blog and follow if you like it.

    http://www.blackinkpaperie.blogspot.com

    thanks
    new follower
    bev

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  18. Love the new cover! I love suspense, thriller and mysteries. I look forward to looking into your blog a little more. I will look into your other pages and follow. I would love it if you stopped by and checked out my pages too!

    Have a great night!

    Julie from Stlavonlady - a cat, a girl, a man and me!

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