Custom of the Week: Four Book Ponies!

Happy Sunday, Aledans! If you’ve been around CotW for a while you know I play favorites, and today’s “customs” are from one of my favorite people, Angela Wallace. We’ve seen her drawings before (in fact, we’ve seen Phoenix Feather and The Fourth Channel already), and this one does not disappoint. For those of you who don’t know, Angela’s an author (you can find her books on Kindle or Nook) and today’s “customs” all come from her friend’s books. Phoenix Feather is the peg with the fiery wings. Tiffany White‘s Football Sweetheart is the white earther with the pink hair. The Fourth Channel by Jen L Kirchner is the yellow earther with magenta hair. And the blue earther is The Ruth Valley Missing, by another good writing friend of mine, Amber West.

Phoenix Feather, Football Sweetheart, The Fourth Channel, and The Ruth Valley Missing, by Angela Wallace.
Phoenix Feather, Football Sweetheart, The Fourth Channel, and The Ruth Valley Missing, by Angela Wallace.

Hopefully we’ll see these beauties again in custom form!

If you have a pony that you would like featured as a Custom of the Week, please email me: rebeccaenzor@gmail.com (I’m now accepting all customs, whether they be story-based or not!)

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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.

4 thoughts on “Custom of the Week: Four Book Ponies!”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing our book ponies, Rebecca! Angela’s work (both her writing and her ponies) are perfection. She is so very talented… and I absolutely love Football Sweetheart’s “Sweetie.” 🙂

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