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Graeme Ing, Show Me Your Cover!

Hi Graeme I think yours is the first wrap around cover featured. Tell us a little bit about your cover and who designed it.    I knew that I wanted a wistful image of my main character, Lissa, and I also wanted to capture the essences of the book, namely an ocean of dust, multiple …

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Judging a Book By Its Cover Summing it Up

Before I sum up my thoughts on “Judging a Book by its Cover” I have one last minute cover to share.  “Take A Stand” written by Nancy Bandusky. I came up with it because the hero has to decide to take a stand when Christianity is outlawed. My husband, Brent, designed the cover. I wanted …

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Judging A Book By Its Cover Part 4, More Blurbs!

It’s Tuesday! But here’s Wednesday’s post! We only have 3 blurbs today. If anyone wants to share a book cover or blurb I will only accept them until Thursday, that way I can wrap up everything before the weekend and work on the post, Judging A Book By it’s Cover/ Summing it all up! Have …

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Judging A Book By Its Cover Part 4 cont. Your Blurbs!

If you stopped by my blog yesterday, you know that I asked for blurbs from the backs of books or the descriptions posted on Amazon, but I also asked if the authors would change or add anything to their blurbs, some have, some haven’t. And if you would like to share your blurb email me …

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Judging A Book By Its Cover Part 4 It’s All About The Blurb

I was reading a blog post (Ugh! Can’t remember who’s) But they were saying, “Give me more! Don’t be afraid to add more to your blurb or include a snippet from the book. If you want me to read it, entice and intrigue me.” Some books and movies have those famous one lines that as …

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Judging a Book By Its Cover finishing up Part 3. The last cover.

Hello, hello, hello! Guess what? We only have one cover for this last post. So let’s welcome Robert K. Blechman author of Executive Severance Executive Severance is a send-up of the noir genre of mystery fiction and I needed a book jacket that conveyed the tension of the suspense/mystery novel while at the same time signaling that this …

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