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Re: Worst Fantasy Book Cover... Ever?
« Reply #465 on: January 30, 2018, 03:39:12 AM »
Inkers-- if you email them to me I can prolly upload them for you.

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Re: Worst Fantasy Book Cover... Ever?
« Reply #466 on: June 22, 2019, 06:27:56 PM »


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According to some,* heroic deaths are admirable things

* Generally those who don't have to do it.Politicians and writers spring to mind

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Re: Worst Fantasy Book Cover... Ever?
« Reply #467 on: June 22, 2019, 07:14:42 PM »
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*what* is that??
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Re: Worst Fantasy Book Cover... Ever?
« Reply #468 on: June 22, 2019, 07:47:16 PM »
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*what* is that??

Spoiler for Hiden:
Power struggles. Bitter rivalries. Jealousy. Betrayals. Star-crossed lovers. When you consider all these plot points, it's pretty surprising William Shakespeare didn't write Mean Girls. But now fans can treat themselves to the epic drama--and heroic hilarity--of the classic teen comedy rendered with the wit, flair, and iambic pentameter of the Bard. Our heroine Cady disguises herself to infiltrate the conniving Plastics, falls for off-limits Aaron, struggles with her allegiance to newfound friends Damian and Janis, and stirs up age-old vendettas among the factions of her high school. Best-selling author Ian Doescher brings his signature Shakespearean wordsmithing to this cult classic beloved by generations of teen girls and other fans. Now, on the 15th anniversary of its release, Mean Girls is a recognized cultural phenomenon, and it's more than ready for an Elizabethan makeover.
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* Generally those who don't have to do it.Politicians and writers spring to mind

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Re: Worst Fantasy Book Cover... Ever?
« Reply #469 on: June 23, 2019, 05:54:19 AM »
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*what* is that??

Spoiler for Hiden:
Power struggles. Bitter rivalries. Jealousy. Betrayals. Star-crossed lovers. When you consider all these plot points, it's pretty surprising William Shakespeare didn't write Mean Girls. But now fans can treat themselves to the epic drama--and heroic hilarity--of the classic teen comedy rendered with the wit, flair, and iambic pentameter of the Bard. Our heroine Cady disguises herself to infiltrate the conniving Plastics, falls for off-limits Aaron, struggles with her allegiance to newfound friends Damian and Janis, and stirs up age-old vendettas among the factions of her high school. Best-selling author Ian Doescher brings his signature Shakespearean wordsmithing to this cult classic beloved by generations of teen girls and other fans. Now, on the 15th anniversary of its release, Mean Girls is a recognized cultural phenomenon, and it's more than ready for an Elizabethan makeover.

This was started as an entry for this month's writing contest, but since the author went a bit long he just turned it into a book instead.