Finally, The covers for my novel Loot are done!!!

After waiting for what seems an eternity I have finally seen the first drafts of the cover for my novel Loot. My artist Lewis has done a great job to produce two covers of such high quality that deciding between them was a difficult task. In the end I decided to go with the cover that I have posted here and I would love to hear what you all think. Getting a look at the covers has really given me the feeling that this whole project is coming to its end and I can get on with the hard part now- selling books!!!


About dgmattichakjr

D G Mattichak jr was born in 1963 in Syracuse New York and immigrated to Melbourne Australia with his family in 1972. He was educated in one of Melbourne’s exclusive private schools before studying art at Preston Technical College. D G Mattichak jr has been a student of the occult arts since the early 1980s and has become well known in Australian magickal circles and, in recent years, around the world due to a string of essays on a variety of occult subjects . He discovered the “key to the order & value of the English alphabet” from Aleister Crowley’s Book of the Law in 1983 and has since used this English Qabalah to unlock the secrets of Thelemite magick. Success in these methods admitted him to the highest levels of attainment in various Hermetic disciplines and until recently he has been passing on his knowledge to private students, many of whom have gone on to become notable occultists in their own right. After almost three decades of study and development D G Mattichak jr has finally been able to distil his knowledge of magick and Thelema into a book- A Comment on the Verses of the Book of the Law, the first in a planned series of books on Hermeticism and Thelemite magick, revealing, for the first time in over a century, the secrets of magick that have been hidden in Crowley’s magnum opus, the Book of the Law. D G Mattichak jr currently lives in Melbourne Australia with his artist wife Michelle and their two cats. He has had a long career as an al a carte chef in Melbourne’s vibrant hospitality scene and now spends his time writing blogs on cooking, writing and, in the guise of Master Ankh af na Khonsu, about magick. He is also one of the founding members of the Mt Franklin Annual Pagan Gathering and regularly contributes to its official website as both an administrator and as an author. D G Mattichak jr’s first book Loot was released in 2009. His books are available through at G Mattichak&x=13&y=20 .
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2 Responses to Finally, The covers for my novel Loot are done!!!

  1. The Rogue Imagineer says:

    I am soo happy and pumped for you! What an awesome experience! Your blogs are such a blessing to read and get inspiration from and they give me hope for what I can look forward to in the publishing process.

    May I put a link to your blog on my blog in my newest post? I think it would be great for people to read about someone who has actually gotten published! How exciting! Are you going to post the cover art so I can see? I want to know what it looks like so I know what to look for when I run out and purchase it on release day! Let me know and keep being awesome!

    • I am sure that with persistance you too will be published. Your blogs show that you can write, they are entertaining and informative pieces and I too am glad that someone with the same interests is plotting the process for the rest of us. I intend to write a blog about the steps that Loot has gone through from MSS to printed book as soon as I have time. You may most certainly put a link to my blog on your own and I will link your page on mine too- we novice writers need to stick together. I have posted the front cover on my blog as well as on my FB pages.

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