J. Steven Butler, Show Me Your Cover
The name is The Night Sweeper.
(Now personally I, Karen, like this font and placement better, but that’s just my personal opinion. As some of you know, I’m not a cover person. You could throw any Stephen King title at me and I wouldn’t have a clue as to what’s on the cover, but ask me what the book is about , now that’s a different story. 🙂 )
James also told me that he purchased the original stock photo of the cityscape from Dreamstime.com
Cray is a Night Sweeper. He’s 25 years old, brilliant, strong, and a zombie hunter. His only job, night after night, is to rid the streets of Festers, the result of chemical warfare gone awry.
Now, a new virus threatens to repeat the disaster that brought on the first Fester apocalypse, and Cray is determined to do whatever it takes to stop it. Joining forces with a beautiful and mysterious government agent, Cray is propelled into a life or death mission unlike anything he’s ever experienced.
And as if that wasn’t enough, he’ll soon find out there’s much more to his new partner than meets the eye.
You can pick up the ebook of The Night Sweeper HERE
James, I want to thank you for sharing your cover and the reason behind changing it. I wish you much success!
P.S. I was reading a post on, Nail Your Novel, today titled,
“Should you change your book’s cover? Tips for success” So check it out and see why other authors have changed their covers. In fact I have been thinking of changing my cover for The Good Dr. Grant. I’ve been told that my sweet grand dog doesn’t convey a sense of romance 🙂