Jessie: Snowbound in New Hampshire where the puppy keeps insisting on going outside anyway!
One of the many fun parts for me of the publishing process is getting a first look at a cover for one of my books. It always seems like such a long time between the time a book is proposed to an editor and when it actually releases to the public that all the little steps along the way feel so encouraging. Sort of like adding a stripe to a scarf one is knitting. It doesn’t mean the project is ready to wear just yet but it makes one feel progress is being made.
With that in mind it is my pleasure to share the cover for the third Beryl and Edwina Mystery with all of you! I think the colors are cheerful to behold in the depths of winter and the whole thing is rather eye-catching.
Readers, I’d love to hear what sorts of covers attract your attention when browsing bookshelves and online book vending sites. Writers, how do you feel about the cover process?