Stephanie Burgis's book, Kat Incorrigible, comes out in the United States, and I'm doing tie in jewelry! That picture is of the rough draft of the Magick Book pendant that will come out the same day as the book. We're doing one more version that will be much cleaner and more ornate.
Steph and I were both classmates at Clarion West back in 2001, and she's one of those people whom I'd hate if I didn't love her so much. While I struggled to thrash my ideas into the short story format, she'd receive the assignment for that week and show up a couple of days later with a gorgeous story that executed it. For her last week, her story had the climax in flashback, at the beginning, and the whole piece felt beautifully balanced and held my attention in a white knuckled grip from beginning to end - and this was after six weeks of me reading sixteen stories a week (though it seemed that Stephanie also consumed several novels and short story collections on top of reading the workshop material.)
So it was no surprise to me that I LOVED Kat Incorrigible. I read the UK edition, titled A Most Improper Magick. I can't recommend this novel highly enough.
Since I run my own little shop on Etsy, stocked with my handmade jewelry, and since I was taking a course in wax carving and investment casting, I thought I should start approaching authors to ask if I could obtain a derivative works license to do jewelry from their books. I started with Stephanie (figured I'd aim high) and she's been wonderfully supportive and enthusiastic. Run, do not walk, to get a copy of her book when it comes out!