Haunted Hotel: I Wear it Better. by S.P. McConnell


Welcome to day ONE of the Haunted Hotel Writer and Illustrator showcase!

You can find a list of all participants here.

Come back each day, the entire month of October for a scare!

Today’s art work is due to the unfortunate fact that someone at the Thornewood got their hands on a Master Key…

Thornewood Hotel master key




I Wear It Better


Isn’t this amazing? I feel like the longer I stare at it, the more detail I see that I missed before. I’m in awe of Sean and there hasn’t been a showcase where he hasn’t dazzled us all! It only seems appropriate that he kicks off this entire showcase and the month of October for the Haunted Hotel Writer and Illustrator showcase. The bar is set high now!

Sean, you’re amazing!

Get ready Haunted Hotel guests, this is only the beginning of the nightmare!


About the ARTIST


S.P. (Sean) McConnell is an author, illustrator, interior designer and custom mural artist. His work has been featured in numerous publications including Dragon Magazine, The Austin American Statesman and Unique Homes. Some of his clients include TSR, Wizards of the Coast, M.A.D.D., The Recording Arts Foundation and The Sacred Works Project. He has been displayed in numerous galleries including Scottsdale, Sedona, Austin and Santa Fe.

Sean is also fortunate to be featured in many personal art collections. Sean is the author of S.P.O.O.K. a YA cross-over horror/action series. He also writes and illustrates picture books including a monstrous celebration of Halloween. S.P. is currently working on a secret new horror project depriving him of sleep.

He is repped by the fabulous Terrie Wolf of AKA Literary LLC. Sean currently haunts the suburbs of Austin where he lives with his lovely wife, son, two cats, and a leopard gecko. To learn more about S.P., please visit his website or follow him on Twitter @SP_McConnell.

  • Kim Plasket
    October 1, 2016

    this picture is so good

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