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January 30, 2013

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Angela Quarles

Awesome cover, Donna! The story premise sounds interesting! I think the only disconnect is how much of a role Aphrodite has? Since she's listed first, I thought she was the main character, and then I read further and she doesn't seem to be a part of it in those areas?

Donna Cummings

Great point, Angela! Aphrodite is actually the catalyst, as well as the thread linking the stories in the series. So I'll figure out how to put that in there so it doesn't cause a disconnect. She is in several scenes, so she's definitely a character. Just not the heroine. :) Thanks for the input!

Kate Warren

Pretty! Synopsis sounds good too. I didn't think Aphrodite was the heroine, but I can see how that's possible. Perhaps putting that part after the others would solve the problem?

Donna Cummings

Thanks, Kate! I thought I needed to have the Aphrodite part at the beginning, to let readers know what was going on. But I think you're right about having it at the end.

*whips out eraser*

I'm going to get back to work on this!

Quantum

Love the cover Donna. So many modern covers remind me of my first amateurish efforts at photography, where part of a head is missing or even worse. This one is perfect, like a portrait photograph of the hero and heroine.

One point that I'm not so sure about is the way that the hero is lovingly fondling that diamond necklace, though his eyes and mouth are perfectly placed.

I'm really looking forward to reading this series!

Donna Cummings

Q, I'm glad you like it. I loved your analogy of your first photography efforts. LOL And I also loved your description of it being a portrait photo of the hero and heroine.

The hero isn't actually fondling the necklace. LOL But I've gotten to see this pic blown up to massive proportions. His hand is actually just resting there. That's an interesting point though, so next time I pick out a picture, I'll run it by you first so you can help me see the things I might have missed!

Okay, off to get some writing done on this -- you've inspired me. :)

Terri Osburn

That cover is beautiful! And I see nothing wrong with that blurb. Makes me want to read it. Very well done. Both of you!

Donna Cummings

Terri, I'm so glad you like the cover -- and I'm still tinkering with the blurb. It helps to see it on the blog, where I can read it and be inspired by the picture above it. :)

Melissa

OMG! Love, love, love the cover. That deep red is scrumptious! The blurb is also very enticing! :)

Donna Cummings

Thanks, Melissa! Originally the backdrop was a golden color, which looked good, but somehow along the way it got changed to red. I think Carrie was experimenting. I like it much better, and not just because red is my fave color. :)

I also tweaked the blurb a little, to see if it makes Aphrodite seem more like the troublemaker she is, rather than the heroine. LOL

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