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UPDATED WITH NEW CHOICES! Mrs. Tuesday's New Cover - Which is Your Favorite?




Here's the Current Mrs. Tuesday Cover

I still haven't settled on a new cover.

So, today I came up with these.

Which one do you like best?

UPDATED: HERE'S SOME NEW CHOICES:


NEW 1


NEW 2


NEW 3


NEW 4

NEW 5



AND HERE ARE THE ORIGINAL CHOICES:


COVER 1





COVER 2



COVER 3


COVER 4


COVER5



COVER 6






COVER 7




COVER 8



COVER 9




  

So, any of them shouting 'pick me' ?!





Comments

Well, I would discourage you from using the first one. That looks exactly like a book called War Brides. These covers are interesting, all so very different! I like quite a few of them, although the last one seems kind of dull.
Which one do you like best Karen?
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While I like what you had already selected, your other options are intriguing! For me, cover 1 appears to be more "turn of the century", cover 3 is too impressionistic, cover 5 is good, but missing half the story and needs a little something, cover 7 shows the expanded picture but there is a lot of whitespace on the cover. Cover 6 is probably the best of the bunch. The rest for me are too modern. My vote: Cover 6!
I really like the existing one - why do you need to change it?
Ginger said…
Definitely keep what u have or 6. The ones with boxes around too much chaos on cover and not attractive.
Anonymous said…
I read your book and I loved it. I like the original one you have on it. It caught my attention when I was searching for a book to read about that time period
Lauraleah
I liked 4, 6, and 9 for this particular book. Some of the others were nice, but didn't feel like they reflected the text. (Others did that, but didn't catch my eye.)
BUT none of them did it as well as the original. However, I assume you have a reason for wanting to change ...

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