Cover Reveal: Wish Givers, by Shannon Knight

4 Aug 2023

Hello! And welcome to a new cover reveal! 

I'm so excited about helping reveal this new cover for Wish Givers, a Polynesian inspired fantasy, written by the talented Shannon Knight. (Amazon/Other stores/Goodreads)

Let's take a look at the blurb, firstly:

Reva’s clan, the Mauli, tattoo wishes into reality. Once revered, the Mauli now live in hiding, with a precious few imprisoned in a pit beneath the Ali’i’s palace. Burning for justice, Reva strides into the capital city, announces herself a wish giver, and allows herself to be bound. She knows the only way to save herself and her people is to grant her greatest enemy his every wish. 

Already outcast by her skill and arrogance, Reva feels she has nothing to lose and everything to gain. However, she faces not only the Ali’i, but the mighty White God and his followers, the animosity of the Mauli, and the burdensome eye of Mata, a dark god with an ambitious priest who has a wish of his own. Within the confines of the Ali’i’s palace, Reva secures love and friendship, but to destroy the Ali’i, she may be forced to sacrifice more than she has ever wished for.

Wish Givers is an epic fantasy novel with a tropical island setting and themes of freedom, found family, and the pursuit of dreams.

I'm a big fan of any novel that tries to explore unused settings, and in general, the weirder, the better for me; and in this case, Shannon Knight's Wish Givers ticks several boxes on my list.

And if something it's true, it's that a good story deserves an excellent cover. In this case, the artwork has been created by Elizabeth Peiró, a Spanish graphic artist, also known for her art in Magic The Gathering cards. You can see more of her job on Twitter or on her website.  

Front cover
Full wrap-up

I cannot you encourage enough to get this book, and you can do it on:


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Remember that adding a book to Goodreads also helps the author to gauge the interest: Link

As a bonus, here are the clean arts:


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Shannon Knight

Shannon Knight

Shannon Knight wrote Domestication while living on an Icelandic sheep farm in the Pacific Northwest. There are no skulls on her roof, but there are a suspicious quantity of bones kicking around the farm.

Shannon Knight is a fantasy, science fiction, and horror author living in the Pacific Northwest.  She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor's in English. Winter Moon Press is her imprint for self-publication.