So, just before Christmas I got the first version of the cover for my book, The Kindling, which will be released in June (or July--I can't remember now. I'll have to check). This is an initial draft only. My publisher is very good to get feedback from the author--as well the various editorial and creative staff. So, it's possible that the final cover will look different, even very different. Still, it's fun to get covers, and I thought some of you might be interested in the process and seeing how it evolves (if it does).
It's incredibly exciting to see the cover for your book. It makes it real somehow. It's also exciting because it's a visual representation of your book--an interpretation of the essence of your story. So, it's a pretty big deal. What do you think?
P.S. You can read a little about the book here.
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