Custom of the Week: The Fourth Channel

Welcome back, Aledans! It’s a new year, the holiday decorations have been put away (that’s why this post didn’t go up yesterday like it should have – I was too busy putting away holiday decorations), and it’s time to get back on the blogging bandwagon. And what better way to kick off the new year than with a custom pony? Or, rather, a drawing of a custom pony 😉

Today’s custom comes to us from the awesome Angela Wallace, of Phoenix Feather and Earth Tones fame. But instead of drawing a pony based on one of her books, she drew one based on Jen Kirchner’s book, The Fourth Channel. Never heard of it? Here, have a blurb:

TFCFor years, Kari Hunter’s fooled the world into thinking she’s just an everyday girl. Sure, she’s the lead singer of world-renowned band Vis Viva, but outside of that, she recycles religiously, is an avid supporter of the environment, and she’s a certifiable coffee addict. But Kari has a secret she keeps from her family, friends, and fans.

Kari Hunter is a necromancer.

The rarest and most powerful of all magic-born, necromancers are notorious for leaving a trail of sacrifices in their wake. But Kari isn’t interested in hurting anyone. She works hard at being as un-necromancer-like as possible: everyone she stabs gets a bandage and a lollipop, and whenever her sacrificial knives get too excited by the prospect of violence, she puts them in time-out… in her lingerie drawer.

But when an agent of voodoo master Ruairí O’Bryne catches Kari using her powers, her secret’s out. And if Ruairí finds out who Kari is, he’ll stop at nothing to make her his next sacrifice.

And now for the pony!

The Fourth Channel, by Angela Wallace.
The Fourth Channel, by Angela Wallace.

The hat is so adorable! If anyone makes this pony, you must add a hat!

If you’d like to learn more about Jen you can find her at her blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Goodreads. Or you can find out more about Angela at her website.

If you have a pony that you would like featured as a Custom of the Week, please email me: rebeccaenzor@gmail.com

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.

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