I’ve been working with Ana Cruz to redo my book covers. In October, I redid a book cover for my dark, psychological suspense thriller, Net Switch.
“But have you ever felt as if the room’s air is seeping out and your body starts itching from impatience?”
“The bitterness of loneliness always comes unannounced…and uninvited.”
“What little scraps of compliments he tosses my way, I gather for the times I hunger during his punishing silence.”
“I had played Russian Roulette in that chat room and lost.”
Here is the uncovering of my new cover for my women’s fiction / contemporary / romance / chick lit, Fogged Up Fairy Tale.
“I placed my hands under the water, added soap, and rubbed them together while transfixed with the soap booger on the dispenser. That’s how I felt. Like a soap booger. Leftover and hanging.”
“Punch-drunk indeed. My liver might not have appreciated the term, but my mind had enjoyed the ride.”
“They were a tired bunch of women, ridden hard and hung up wet, their horizontal working days far from over.”
“A fear of finding myself face down in a gutter, gurgling obscenities at some homeless person for taking my blanket while the swirl of alcohol swished around my brain.”
Do you think the book covers are a good representation of the genres?
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