Poll: What Should the Witch Wraith Interior Art Showcase?

A sneak peek at the Witch Wraith interior art!
A sneak peek at the Witch Wraith interior art!
Artist Todd Lockwood has completed the interior artwork for Witch Wraith!

And it is unbelievably and creepily cool!

The man can paint. There is no doubt about it. You can see his work for Wards of Faerie HERE and his work on Bloodfire Quest HERE. Amazing work and Terry was lucky to get him for the interior pieces of the Dark Legacy of Shannara series. But it goes beyond that. They are now friends. And in the future, I foresee other projects developing between them. More on that when the time comes.

We are close to the publication for Witch Wraith. It publishes July 16th with a special launch night in Seattle, WA on Monday, July 15th. A tour follows. Check the EVENTS page for that. One of the stops is the San Diego Comic Con where both Terry and Todd will be signing copies of all three Dark Legacy books!

As I did with the other two books, I decided to feature a sneak peek teaser for the interior artwork for Witch Wraith. Todd is infamous for painting a character in his pieces staring back at the viewer. Love it!

For today’s poll, I wanted to ask you all a question:

What Should the Witch Wraith Interior Art Showcase?

In the piece for Wards of Faerie, we saw the company that set out for the Forbidding. In the piece for Bloodfire Quest, we saw Aphen and Cym beset by Goblins. And now?

Vote below! We’ll see if we can’t make at least one of these happen!

Witch Wraith publishes July 16th!

Happy Friday!



6 responses to “Poll: What Should the Witch Wraith Interior Art Showcase?”

  1. As strange as it may seem, I will not begin to read this series until “Witch Wraith” has been published. As of this moment, I have not even perused the books. This is so that all will be a wonderful surprise. I know that I will NOT be disappointed.

  2. Speaking of Artwork by Todd Lockwood regarding Terry’s books. I just got my “Wards of Faerie” 17×23″ Giclee signed by both Todd and Terry, back from the picture framers. Man that looks exquisite! Don’t know that I could afford to do them all, but am I glad I did this one.

  3. I have already read both books 3 times and will read a fourth when witch wraith is released. My problem with all authors who write a series is you can never remember certain events from the first book released a year from the last, or in Robert Jordan’s case never finishing the wheel of time so you don’t really know how he planned on ending such an intricate series. I guess my point is if it’s about money than charge what you would for a trilogy but write one book like the Sword!!!

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