I've just completed my first project with Frances which I'm chuffed about. I'm happy for two reasons, firstly it was a project I got after only an hour of signing up with Frances, and secondly because the book I got to illustrate is such a good read. The work involved black and white chapter headings and some 'clue boards' for Emma Kennedy's novel 'Wilma Tenderfoot and The Fatal Phantom'. This is the third book in a series published by Macmillan.
The first two books are called 'Wilma and the Case of the Frozen Hearts' and 'Wilma Tenderfoot and the case of the Putrid Poison' and were both illustrated by Sylvian Marc. I hope Sylvian isn't too dismayed at my take on his existing characters. All three books do stand alone as novels in their own right, whilst at the same time there is a rather good narrative arc throughout the series. If you want to read them all, and you haven't read the first two yet, the timing could be just about right as The Fatal Phantom hits the shelves this November.