Getting the cover from your publisher is one of the best gifts ever.
When your cover conveys the main concept of your story, then portrays the light fanciful aspect, it’s just gold. I believe the artists at Crimson Romance have struck gold with this cover.
Picture yourself in the book store. You lift a book off the shelf. The cover is what appears on the right. You think, “Oh, he’s cute. I like the font.” Then you flip it over and read this:
Alex Holmes is the sheriff of Villa Hollow. His town, his world, is normally rather quiet, until Dr. Lester moves in. Soon, he can’t go an hour without the tendrils of her thoughts intruding in his mind. He even has to perform meditative exercise to keep from knowing when she’s hungry. Added to that, the Coalition has taken her in their sights. He has every reason to keep his distance, but will listen to none of them.Dr. Josephine Lester moves into the town of Villa Hollow to open her psychiatric practice. In her line of work, she expects odd. She expects disturbed. What she doesn’t expect is a sleepwalking vampire, a haunted house, or a coalition of people working against the paranormal element to try to run her out of town.
If she leaves, where does the vegetarian werewolf go when she is distraught over eating meat? To whom does the poor housewife seeing little green men turn?
If she stays, will the handsome telepathic sheriff help her keep her sanity?
Now you think, “Ooh, I must read this.”
This wonderful light paranormal romance, Once Upon a Couch, will be released in eBook on December 10, 2012.
It’s the first book in the Paranormal Practice Series.
Tell your friends.