Sunday, October 20, 2013

Come Vote on the Cover for Angel's Dance, A Psychic Thriller

Hello Lovelies! Would love your opinion on the cover for Angel's Dance, the sequel to Elements of a Broken Mind. It releases November 25th and we have some fun stuff that will be going on for the month of November! But first, here is the back cover blurb:

Psychic Clear Angel hasn't seen or heard from her one-time lover Detective Grant Anderson since their first case wrapped up six months ago, and that is perfectly fine with her! But when he shows up on her porch in the rain and in tears, she cannot hold her ground.  No matter how she feels about Grant and her “gift”, she can’t ignore the visions already pouring in.

Grant knows that he is no good for Clear, and has respected the distance she has kept. But when his daughter goes missing and the Chicago police have no leads, he turns to Clear and her unique abilities.

This next adventure puts Grant and Clear in close quarters as they find themselves once again fighting their feelings for one another.  Thrust into the dark underworld of performance art, they strive to track down a ballerina who keeps taunting Clear in her visions.  As they delve deeper into one studio, the grisly visions that haunt Clear may be more than she can handle. Can Clear hold it together to help find Grant’s daughter before it is too late? 


Get the exciting sequel to Elements of a Broken Mind and find out what happens with Grant and Clear as they find themselves once again fighting dreams and  passion.  Angel’s Dance releases on November 25th, 2013 in paperback and e-book.  E-ARCs are available for review. (If you have a blog and would be interested in participating in a blog hop for November, just drop me a line!)


Now that you have an idea what the story is about, here are the three covers to choose from:

Cover 1

Cover 2

Cover 3


So which one do you like best and why? Is there anything you would change about the one you like best? 
Let me know in the comments below!


Thanks so much for your input and until next time,
Keep Writing! 

8 comments:

  1. Out of the three, I'd go with the third...and I'd make the dancer a bit larger. Good luck with it.

    Norm Hamilton

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  2. Thanks so much for the feedback Norm!!

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  3. Just an awfully nit-picky thing to point out, but you have three different titles...

    I like the image from the second, mirror-imaged to be under the title of the third.

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  4. So let me see if I understand you correctly. Use the image from 2 flipped, and the text style from three? Interesting idea! Thanks so much for the input!

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  5. And now things get really interesting! Charlene Wilson saw these that we were voting on, and threw these two together because it sparked her interest. What do you think of these?! http://www.pinterest.com/charleneawilson/for-the-love-of-art-book-covers/

    Loving all the feedback, because I really struggle with designing my own covers!

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  6. I'd go for the third. I don't think you need the word "by." It is assumed.
    Actually, not sure I like the font. The capital letter is hard to read. Some combination?

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  7. I really liked the second one Charlene created. It is easy to read the title and your name. Important.

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  8. I like the third one because you can read the title and author's name, even when the image is small. Remember, it's going to be reduced to postage stamp size in some places. I'd remove "by" from the cover.

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