The Singletons in Peril Header by Sarah Waites:

TheSingletonsinPerilbanner.png This beautifully detailed banner, as well as the book cover for The Singletons in Peril was designed by Sarah Waites. Her work can be seen here:

The CoRoT-7b Header by Luís Calçada:

fullsun Permission to use the amazing header image was kindly granted by Luís Calçada.

Check out his portfolio here:

The header image itself (Corot-7b) can be found here:

The exoplanet Corot-7b is so close to its Sun-like host star that it must experience extreme conditions. This planet has a mass five times that of Earth’s and is in fact the closest known exoplanet to its host star, which also makes it the fastest — it orbits its star at a speed of more than 750 000 kilometres per hour. The probable temperature on its “day-face” is above 2,000 degrees, but minus 200 degrees on its night face. Theoretical models suggest that the planet may have lava or boiling oceans on its surface. Here my impression of how it may look like if it were covered by lava. The sister planet, Corot-7c, is seen in the distance.

Credit: L. Calçada

seamonster The Footer (Background) image is from Wikimedia Commons, and it is was created by Alphonse de Neuville and Édouard Riou, for Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, published in 1870.

The Smiley Face
on the The Singletons in Peril and Jupiter Justice pages was found on, which is a fantastic resource for anyone looking for…well, clipart!


The Door Image on the Fan Base page is in the public domain, and comes from WIKIMEDIA Commons.

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Spider Photo on the Fan Base page comes from


The Galaxy Photo on the Contact page was found on which contains hundreds of high definition images of distant worlds.

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