Giving My Books a Final Facelift

If there is one thing I do NOT enjoy doing, it’s making changes to my books. I’m not talking about clearing up a typo or fixing some questionable grammar that I missed during the original edits. That’s part and parcel of being your own publisher.

No, I’m talking about the cosmetic stuff.

I like the current book covers I am using and here they are:

Corona Paper Big    The Three Safeties Paper Big    Vessel Paper Big    Parallax Paper Big

As you can see, not great but not terrible either. To be honest, I feel a little shallow discussing this but I’m not sure that my limited budget is doing these stories justice. We work with what we can. However, there comes a point where one has to dig a little deeper to make the necessary sacrifices to get their work out there and that’s what I am leaning toward. The only downside is that the last time I did this, it screwed up the reviews and I ended up with extraneous drafts that wouldn’t go away because they had previously sold.

In the End, it’s all about the stories.

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