We'll get a little more serious today and talk about cover art at Cheryl Tardif's blog. It's hard for me to distance myself from my cover. I was a graphic artist and art director for many, many years. I have very specific ideas on how it should look, and it's tough to accept another's vision even when it's successful.
In the end, you have to gauge a cover by how well it works to capture attention and how well it describes what's inside.
Today, I have a question for both authors and readers. Stop by Cheryl's place and weigh in on the discussion.
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No matter who gets Shannon's soul, she's not getting out of this alive.
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About This Blog
This blog centers on my two loves--homesteading and writing.
Homesteading: Join me as I experiment, win, lose, learn and love all the things that make living in the country worthwhile.
Writing:Writing is not a sacred cow to me. It's a craft I work at every day. So if you’re looking for lofty inspiration and deep introspection, boy, have you come to the wrong place. Drop in. Comment. Tell me what you think. What is knowledge worth unless it is shared?
Between mage and man lies fire.
Earth is a fusion of culture, language and religion, and the world is divided between plainfolk and the fae, Elemental mages who are born with the ability to manipulate one of the four great elements, earth, air, fire and water. The technology of the old world has been extinct for centuries. One man dares to resurrect it. And only one woman can stop him. BUY HERE.
Review for Touch Of Fire by Jacquelyn R. Ward, The Romance Studio.
"Ms. Zannini has created a wonderfully vibrant world full or details and robust characters. Readers are given a look into a possible future for our world. The plot is intricately detailed and full of suspense. Touch of Fire has all the elements of a great epic story. There is so much love, loss and sacrifice. This story had me laughing, then crying, sad, then ecstatic. The emotions are pouring off the pages so much that you can’t help but feel them too."