Notes from a business writer... and now, novelist
Oh, snazzy! I like it!
Very cool. Now THAT'S a sweet cover ...
ooh, so interesting to see the transformation! And, as much as I do love the original cover, THIS opens the book up to a whole nother generation. It's retro, and iconic and cool, and says, story for all ages. Which it is. So excited for you!
Jim, Last night as I was listening to my iPhone, I saw your tweet and couldn't wait to click and see the cover. And there was April listening to music the way I was listening to mine. Great cover. LOVE, LOVE it.I agree with Gae. The cover opens it up to a whole new generation. Bravo and congratulations! And, of course, I love that orange color.-Mia
Thanks, everyone. Covers are such a risky proposition... you never know for sure what's going to work. I love the hardcover artwork, and I love the new paperback cover. Feeling really fortunate!
Absolutely a great cover. And glad it's coming out in paperback so this old lady can afford it. Although, as I've said before, I'm rather nervous about reading about alzheimers. Too close for comfort. :)
Thanks, Liz. I think you can read it w/o fear, for the book is not really "about" alzheimers. (And if you don't want to wait for the paperback, it can be had at bargain prices at some online booksellers.)
Wow....that is a real change. Both covers reflect the story and emphasize different characters. I like it. Has a fun feel.Sheila