Sunday, March 23, 2008

Judgment Fire by Marilyn Meredith

We want you to share your book cover with us. An attractive cover is a big element in the appeal of your book.

We want the details about yours.

Did you design the cover? No.

Did your publisher design the cover?

The artist hired by the publisher designed it. And the cover won the Ariana award for the mystery category this year.

Did you get to give any input about the cover design?

Yes, Mundania has a questionnaire for the author to fill out about what he or she would like to see on the cover. I didn't want people--but some sort of Native American design.

Is there an interesting story behind the cover design? If so, please share the details.
I hoped the design would convey the message of the fire and also that the book had something to do with Native Americans.

Who is the cover artist?
Niki Browning (a.k.a. SkyeWolf)

Are you happy with the cover?
Absolutely, I think it conveys the feeling I hoped for. And after all, it won an Ariana award so I'm not the only one who thinks so.

If not, what would you change and why?

Tell us what you think is the best part of the cover.
It's great overall. The colors draw attention to it.

Is there anything else about your cover that we need to know? Feel free to share.

Please provide your website link.

What is the link to buy your book?
See what's new at:
Judgment Fire, Eppie Finalist


Marilyn said...

Thank you so much, Nikki. I truly love the cover of my book and I'm so grateful to you for sharing.


Niki Browning said...

Marilyn, just to give the correct credit, I didn't do the cover for you r book, Ana Winson did. :)