It’s been a long– and crazy summer! My progress with the series got a little detoured, as I spent the summer milking cows on a friend’s farm. A fun experience, and I’ve made a few new cow-friends: Cruella and Dina. I’ll try to get some pics of them. And the goats here have kept me busy.
But at long last, On Borrowed Luck is completed and released. Part of the delay came from a major decision. I realized I needed to have customized concept-art covers done for all the books. This series is stellar, and it deserves to be packaged in a top-rate five-star wrapper!
It took a while finding the right artist, and then it took a while wrestling with the artist, and the struggle to communicate what I had in mind, versus their artistic “vision.” It was a learning experience, to say the least!
But I now have three flashy and top-rate covers, with typography by an amazing guy who really stepped in and saved what could have turned into a disaster.
Tell me what you think of the covers in the comments below? No- seriously. I really want and need to find out what you– as a fantasy reader– see and expect when you look at them. What do you imagine the books to be about, and who they might be for? This way I will know if these are the best covers, or if I still have some work to do:)