Unveiled: New Cover Image

Curse Breaker: Enchanted

Curse Breaker: Enchanted has a new cover. Check it out and let me know what you think.Β It’s due out this fall/winter in paperback, kindle edition and (fingers crossed) audio book. Here’s the cover of book 1:


So, do you like it? What do you think?

Have no idea what I’m talking about? Read a synopsis here.

43 thoughts on “Unveiled: New Cover Image

    1. aw thank you! I am so glad you like it. Now back to the hard bit–editing! I wish I could afford a professional but I don’t have a $1000 to spend on that.


  1. Reall love it. The green eyes pop and seem mysterious. It would make me immediately pick this book up. Good luck as you publish it. Let us know where you list it. I’d love to buy a copy once it’s published πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ I am working to have it on sale on my late sister’s birthday– 9/27/2016–on Amazon.com. It will hopefully go up for pre-sale by month’s end. Right now I am editing like crazy. It will be available in 3 editions — Kindle, paperback and audio book. The audio book may go on sale later depending on how long it takes to produce one. I have never turned a book in an audio book so I have no idea how long that will take. I have to finish the editing on the print and kindle versions before I can start tackling that. πŸ™‚

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    2. All very neat. I’m excited for you πŸ™‚ As well as re-reading the book on the kindle app πŸ™‚

      I have a suggestion for the audiobook you may take or leave of course.

      Maybe this is only me, but I much prefer audiobooks where the person telling the story, makes different voices for different characters. I have listened to a few stories where one voice tells the whole story and it’s not as interesting to listen to.

      Sometimes at first, making different voice may seem silly but as you listen it’s great to distinguish the characters by.

      Completely my opinion, do whatever you want to do. But just a thought. Best of luck with everything my friend. I think your sister would be incredibly proud. πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ§ 🌻

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    3. Yeah. Lol. I guess I’m a day behind though. I just looked at my calendar now and said “it’s Monday.” Lol.

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    1. Have you ever used pixlr.com? It’s similar to that Web based tool abs you can do pretty much the same thing for free. Most of what i do is Manipulating layers, blending them, hiding portions, selectively darkening/lightening/colorizing them and you can do that fairly easily. It just gets tedius when you need only a portion of the image.

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    1. Yes and fretting because I read everywhere that I should hire an editor for a professional edit. If I could afford one, I would, but for a 100K MS, it’s a $1000 for one editing pass. I read that a book needs 2 passes plus a proofread, which would cost about $3000. I just don’t have that kind of money right now. I am doing the best I can editing it myself but I am not an editor. I am a project manager for IT. I get so busy at work that I mistype project and task names. My team finds that hilarious and won’t let me correct them. They take their laughs where they can. πŸ™‚

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    2. Actually I was embarrassed, but I left it alone because it amused my team. πŸ™‚ I laugh at it now in retrospect and check my project and task names multiple times before submitting.


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