Darling Indie: Introducing Brooke

What is Darling Indie?

DarlingIndie.ca is our new service for authors who are in the midst of marketing their book. We offer social media coaching as well as concept art packages that will help you level-up your book marketing and advertising campaigns.

Introducing Brooke

Concept art for authors—by Brooke Emily @spreadthatink

Brooke is an artist and illustrator. She holds a BFA in visual art & design and loves working in collaboration with other creatives. She has exhibited her art at galleries in Canada and the US and lives and works on Vancouver Island in the traditional territory of the Qualicum First Nation. She uses a wide variety of mediums: pencil, ink, watercolour, pastel, paint, and digital.

Commission art for authors and writers by Brooke Emily

Check out more of Brooke's portfolio
here.

About the Darling Axe

We are professional editors as well as award-winning writers. We understand the intense effort and emotional investment you have poured into your work. It's our job to help you take your manuscript to the next level.



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