MadeGlobal Publishing have just sent me their design for the cover for my novel to be launched in December this year.
The story is about two countries (USA and Australia) two women, a life-altering pen-friendship and lies that lead to truth.
What do you think of the cover?
Would you want to buy this book?
Does the picture of Uluru make you think of ‘secret women’s business’?
I must say I think they have done a great job, but would appreciate any feedback.
I would also like to thank Mairi Neil, Mary Neil and Maureen Hannah for helping me in so many ways. Mairi is so supportive and encouraging and a fabulous writing buddy. Even though Mary Jane is not a book cover designer she created an amazingly artistic cover to carry me through until MadeGlobal produced their own design. Maureen is the best backstop I’ve ever had. They are all wonderful, talented women in their own right and I am so fortunate to have them on my side.
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Last Friday I met Rebecca Jane in a coffee shop in Lilydale Vic Australia.
We are going to work with MadeGlobal Publishing to plan how we are going to market my latest novel, ‘Something Missing’.
Rebecca is studying at Swinburne University for her Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Creative Writing and Literature. Her minor is in Film and Television. At the moment, we are simply discussing how best to market my latest book.
The book launch is only 10 weeks away and there is so much to do.
Wendy Dunn and Swinburne University have kindly arranged to launch my latest novel, ‘Something Missing’ at 3pm Sunday 11th December at Swinburne University at Hawthorn. . We still have to decide on the final book cover but Mary Jane Neil designed this one for me and I’ve passed it on to the publisher. I feel it captures a story about two countries,two women, a life altering pen-friendship and the lies they tell each other.
This is a free event, but to ascertain numbers for catering please obtain your ticket for the launch via this link: https://www.trybooking.com/230231
It is so good to see the book launch actually in print. It makes me feel it may all actually happen. How wonderful it will be to hold this book in my hands and know that it will be in hard copy as well as on Amazon.com as a kindle book.
Check out Rebecca’s interesting interview at Wendy Dunn’s website
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