I'm seeing some coolish cover on here, guys!
And thanks for the compliments!
Bard, love the City of Glass cover. Simple, yet intriguing. Amanda, I'm going to be a dissenter here. I like the concept in your original cover for Alone in the Night.
It needs a touch of work. Maybe blow up the image of the girl and bolden the planets. Perhaps she's literally "sitting" on a window of the ship, which looks out onto the planets below, and she's otherwise swathed in the darkness of the ship, looking imploringly up at us. Anyway, IMO, it's far more alluring a *concept* than cover #2. Yes, yes, Grayson, lol, the font would need different, too. But I'm strictly talking about concept and dynamics of the image here. Not to mention, in the new cover, is that a gun or some kind of weapon she's holding? I hope not, because it looks plastic. It even has that nice seem down the middle of the muzzle, like you see on toy guns.
When I finish my 24-Hour Story, I'll have 9 short stories/novelettes. I still have a slew of them out on submission at magazines, but either way, even if I sell some, they'll ultimately end up as eBooks when the rights revert back to me, so I'll be rendering covers for them all.
Right. In-between child rearing, home making and household management, errand running, secretary duties to Captain (hubs) Muriel, writing freelancing Golden Gazette articles, and squeezing in a second to write--LOL!!!! I have mucho respect for all of you with insanely busy lives who still make time to write (and/or illustrate)!!!!
Keep the covers coming!