Angelbound Tales is here March 19th!

To celebrate, I’ve created a gallery with famous works of art, only these classic pics now include everyone’s favorite quasi demon, Myla Lewis! 

Why did I spend time doing this (beyond the obvious “stalling on my current manuscript” response)? Myla has opinions, people! And my virtual bestie declared that she should’ve been included in this stuff from the get-go. 

Therefore, without further ado, here are some famous artworks from history… only better with Myla!

Sure, she’s the famous Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer, but what was she doing beyond trying out new jewelry? Reading Angelbound Tales, of course! 

Who else needs extra reading material? Napoleon! This is an enhanced section of Jacques-Louis David’s famous creation entitled Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul.

French emperors aren’t the only dudes in need of some fun. In this version of Michelangelo’s Statue of David, our hero now has cool reading material and related accessories. Why worry about Goliath when there’s a riveting new audiobook to enjoy? 

The mystery is over! We finally know what’s behind the enigmatic smile on the face of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa — she’s loving some short stories about Myla! 

In Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam, it’s always been assumed that God was reaching out to bestow humanity’s first soul. But could the Almighty actually have been looking to borrow an audiobook instead? The world may never know. 

Last but not least: Botticelli’s Birth of Venus may have originally been the origin image for a Greco-Roman goddess, but Myla done fixed it. 

You’re welcome. 

PS. Did I mention that Angelbound Tales is here March 19th? It is. 

Angelbound Tales Vol. 1


Love Myla Lewis? Don’t miss Angelbound Tales Volume One, a collection of five bonus stories from Myla’s world, including:

  • Walker’s Love Connection, where Myla uncovers a secret about her honorary older brother.
  • Sharkie and Snickerdoodles, in which our heroine faces down an uber-evil ghoul in order to get her hands on (what else?) some damned fine cookies.
  • Wedding Bells, aka the story of a certain happy couple getting married. Havoc ensues in more ways than one!
  • Herbie and Baby Hotdogs, the tale of a quasi-demon whose ‘mortal sin power’ is gluttony. Consider yourself warned.
  • Saving Mrs. Pomplemousse, a mini-romance that explores the true meaning of ‘soul mates.’ Say it with me now: awwww!