Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Design A Book Cover Blogfest - New Historical due Release early September!

This blogfest is kindly hosted by the lovely Teralyn Pilgrim 


And, here is my entry for Design a Book Cover Blogfest. 

The title says it all, and this historical novella is due for release early September on Kindle.  :) 

The RFW motif bottom left of cover relates to a challenge group for romance writers: Romantic Friday Writers.


To see other participants, and to vote for favourite go here.

15 comments:

Anne Gallagher said...

Had no idea about his blogfest but I just got my cover and it's up on my blog today if you want to go see it. As a matter of fact, it's for the book you critiqued for me.

Lori M. Lee said...

I love the texture and the mood of your cover :D

Lady Gwen said...

Very nice, Francine! I love it - sooo romantic. Great job!

J.L. Campbell said...

Nice work, Francine!

Scheherazade said...

Very subtle and intriguing. The best part is that her face is hidden.

ali cross said...

Beautiful job Francine. And of course, as THE HIGHWAYMAN is my favorite ever poem, I already want to read your book!

Francine Howarth said...

Hi Ladies,

Thanks ever so for stopping by to comment! ;)

best
F

Paula Martin said...

Unlike one of your other commenters, I'm not wildly keen on headless characters! But the dress is beautiful!

Francine Howarth said...

Hi Paula,

The headless character is apt to the plot, for it's loosely connected to the French Revolution! ;)

best
F

Teralyn Rose Pilgrim said...

Francine, that's hilarious. We historical fiction authors always joke about headless heroines on the covers of books. Where are all the heads going? The dress is magnificent. Thanks for participating!

Madeleine said...

I like it very much :O)

RaShelle said...

What a fun cover. Love the dress.

Heidi Windmiller said...

The dress is stunning. Great job!

The Red Angel said...

This is way cool, Francine. :) Looks very mysterious, and I love the image. The font also seems pretty appropriate for the title. Great job! Also I love the new layout, it definitely fits well with your blog theme!

~TRA

http://xtheredangelx.blogspot.com

Julie said...

Um... judging a book by its cover here... I'D TOTALLY READ THIS! I'm a sucker for gorgeous dresses and historical fiction!