As most of you–at least those who have been reading my blog posts since the beginning–know, I have almost always struggled in the arena of picking a cover image. Thankfully, the first one was easy and after searching for two weeks on end, I found it, loved it, modified it and never worried about it again. My experience with Liberty’s cover…well…er… it wasn’t so great. In fact, if I remember right, it changed. Twice. And don’t even get me started on poor Madison’s cover. I searched for weeks for the right image then we all had to vote on in for goodness’ sake!
Well, this time, I once again struggled with a cover image. What can I say? I write books, not decorate them. Ah, but alas, last night I found the perfect image and when my eyes landed on it, I instantly knew this was the one. Now without any further ado, here it is:
Now if that didn’t bring a smile to your face, either: A. You were naughty and didn’t read Liberty for Paul. or B. You just don’t now a good Regency period cover when you see one! (And I’m not even going to post C, I’m fairly certain you can draw your own conclusion on that one.)
Well, that’s all the news I have to bring for today. As with last time, please feel free to let me know what you think! My hunch is, and of course I’m just being modest, this cover has the potential to take this book not only to the top of Amazon’s, Barnes and Noble, iBooks and every other ebookstore’s charts, but all the way to the top of US Today’s eBook bestsellers list, too. Don’t you think?! I don’t know about you all, but I’d say hedgehogs embracing while watching a lunar eclipse is far more sexy than a half dressed woman being kissed by a hulking, shirtless man!
Have a good day, everyone.
(NOTE: No, my head did not swell so large from writing this post that I was unable to leave the room…)