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I'm guessing it's about cover art, since that would partly explain why they pushed the date back. They'd already asked Michael Whelan to do the ebook cover for AMOL. Whelan insists on reading the entire book, and has to have a year to complete the painting. That's why RJ decided to go with DKS. Anyway, I suppose it's possible that in this case Harriet decided that the extra time necessary to get Whelan was just more time to make sure AMOL was perfect. But we'll see on Monday.
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Do you have any examples of Whelan's art?

I'm not really up on my fantasy book cover artists to be honest.
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He did the cover of TWOK, but IMO it's not really one of his best. Not that I'm a huge fan or anything. Brandon is, though.

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Oooh, Michael Whelan is awesome. Although, he is most know for his dragons, and WoT doesn't have any dragons in the flesh-and-blood scaly creature sense.

He did cover art for a series of Melanie Rawn books I read in middle school/Jr. high, and they were excellent. His website appears to be down for maintenance. Here is one of the Melanie Rawn covers, one of the best of the six, I think. http://images2.fanpop.com/images/pho...82-730-805.jpg

Also, this isn't a scene from the book (that we know of, anyways) but this picture is AMAZING, and I could definitely imagine it as cover art, though I suspect it might be all digital, instead of an actual painting.
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Oooh, Michael Whelan is awesome. Although, he is most know for his dragons, and WoT doesn't have any dragons in the flesh-and-blood scaly creature sense.
He could probably do a pretty badass version of fist-pumping Rand and his arms, though. And the banner, which is supposed be really fancy. It's possible that Whelan will do a tribute to DKS by using his sketch as a model and somewhat blending styles. Some artists enjoy doing that sort of thing. But it's possible he will do something entirely different.

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That might be where Brandon picked up his Whelan fanboyism, since Rawn was one of his first fantasy loves.
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lol, I just noticed that Irene Gallo is the art director for Tor Books. I didn't know that. And here I thought I was smart!

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Someone asked how he chose the cover artist, and we got a nice long spiel with some previously unknown information. Jordan and his wife went through bookstores picking out books based on their (if they liked it) cover art and finding out who did the cover. It came down to two artists, Darrell K. Sweet and Michael Whelan. The deciding factor was that Whelan wants the manuscript to read for a year before he will deliver a cover, and they just couldn't wait that long.

They are apparently considering a later reissue of the entire series with different covers, perhaps by Whelan, once it is complete.
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This article/blog post on Tor.com, written by Brandon, describes his introduction to Michael Whelan and how it literally changed his life. Everyone should read it. http://www.tor.com/blogs/2010/03/mic...an-apreciation


Although, I was never a reluctant reader, I too, hated the stories of boys in the woods with dogs. I think Dragon Prince (Melanie Rawn) was my first Whelan, and then, like Brandon, I was sucked into to The Dragonbone Chair, by Tad Williams. The 3rd book in the Tad Williams trilogy, To Green Angel Tower, has an absolutely breathtaking cover. It's magnificent. I literally got chills reading that blog post because I had so many of the same experiences, except, you know, for becoming a successful author and getting my own Whelan cover...YET
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I added that to the interview database. Thanks! I've seen it before, but trying to keep up with Brandon is somewhat overwhelming.
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I just noticed that a WoT poster featuring one of the ebook covers ended up going for $135 at the Con or Bust charity auction, with lots of people (including HCFFs ) bidding in the comments. Since there seems to be a huge demand for those posters, Tor would be crazy not to produce more of them and sell to fans. If the big announcement isn't about the AMoL cover art, that would be my second guess.

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I don't doubt they'll do something like that. But this seems to be something bigger. Hoping we will find out within a few hours. It would be lame if they waited till the end of the day to announce it.
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I don't doubt they'll do something like that. But this seems to be something bigger. Hoping we will find out within a few hours. It would be lame if they waited till the end of the day to announce it.
Yeah, the wait is killing me. I wonder if this announcement was planned or they decided to throw the fans a bone to pacify people whining about the release date.
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So is this like...Old Yeller and Where the Red Fern Grows? I cried when I read those books, but I liked them more than other books we were expected to read as kids. I think sometimes that they make kids read those books to introduce them to the concept of death.

My introduction to fantasy was C.S. Lewis, and L'Engle was my introduction to science-fiction. I think I read Tolkien next, and after that I got into Rice and King and other mainstreamers—RJ calls them the magic realists.
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Yeah, the wait is killing me. I wonder if this announcement was planned or they decided to throw the fans a bone to pacify people whining about the release date.
If it's about Whelan, I'm sure it was planned, and that they announced the release date first in order to separate the decision from Whelan so that we wouldn't have crazy fans suggesting they should find someone else who can do it quicker. So really, it's both. They give us a week to get the angst out of our systems about the release date, and then throw us a bone that actually probably had quite a bit to do with the release date decision.
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That would be me with my google + avatar ... the bidding got a bit rich for me, however. I already won 2 of the covers at the silent auctions at JordanCon, anyway (for TFOH and TofM) and will probably bid on another one this year.
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I don't know about Old Yeller, I was thinking more like Call of the Wild, but yeah pretty much. I tried to read Where the Red Fern Grows and couldn't do it. Most kids my age were reading stuff like The Orphan Train and Scott O'Dell books, and I was just not interested in them at all.

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That's...weird, me too! I devoured the Chronicles of Narnia the first half of 4th grade. We moved afterwards and my dad found his old copies of The Hobbit and LoTR when we were unpacking and gave them to me. I tried to start with LoTR but couldn't do it, so I set them aside for a little while, then decided to start with The Hobbit. I read it during the 2nd half of 4th grade, then went on to LoTR in 5th grade. My Sunday School teacher gave me A Wrinkle In Time for a Christmas gift in 5th grade, so I was fully indoctrinated in fantasy/sci-fi before I left grade school I had a hard time reading your normal YA books after that (we didn't have Harry Potter then!) I made the jump to modern adult fantasy with David Eddings (Go Sparhawk!)

I'm super excited that Whelan is doing the cover art. I can't wait to see it.
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Yeah...'big' is pretty generous, but: their word, not ours.

As a general rule, most stuff is just noise. I certainly didn't expect anything.
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That's...weird, me too! I devoured the Chronicles of Narnia the first half of 4th grade. We moved afterwards and my dad found his old copies of The Hobbit and LoTR when we were unpacking and gave them to me. I tried to start with LoTR but couldn't do it, so I set them aside for a little while, then decided to start with The Hobbit. I read it during the 2nd half of 4th grade, then went on to LoTR in 5th grade. My Sunday School teacher gave me A Wrinkle In Time for a Christmas gift in 5th grade, so I was fully indoctrinated in fantasy/sci-fi before I left grade school I had a hard time reading your normal YA books after that (we didn't have Harry Potter then!) I made the jump to modern adult fantasy with David Eddings (Go Sparhawk!)
haha, Eddings was also my first modern adult fantasy. I went from Eddings to Goodkind to WoT. I don't think there was anything else in between, except for Feist, who I found dusty. (Yes, I liked Goodkind more than Feist.) I read the first 4 books in the Magician series and then gave up. A friend of mine from work was lending me all those books, and if I liked the series I bought the books. He actually gave me a copy of Winter's Heart in hardback because his daughter (read: ex-wife) had bought him one for Christmas, and he already had it.
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