|But I want bare-chested guys!|
Okay before you howl with loss, let me explain. Instead of a bodice-ripper cover, how about depicting aspects of the story? Objects, scenery, or anything else to do with the characters or story line , can grace the covers instead. Why not? Abstract covers allow the reader to use their imagination. (At least that's what I think. Draw your own conclusions.)
|Now, that's something to think about...|
Here's cover art of the second edition of Timeless Valentine. After gratefully receiving rights back from the original publisher, Breathless Press and I worked hard to revamp the Magic Stone Series--inside and out. They helped infuse the series with...well, magic in every way.
That being said, here's the sneak peek at Timeless Valentine. (Release date August 16, 2013)
The artist, Victoria Miller, used seven images to create this cover. Impressive huh?
Okay now for the contest rules:Without the blurb, what do you get from the cover of Timeless Valentine? What could the story be about? Comment below and you'll be entered for a free copy. One winner will be announced on August 16, 2013, so don't delay. Receive two extra entries and hit the 'follow this blog' button at the bottom of the page.