Holiday 2016: Free Book Cover Art

Book Cover Art
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As per my last post, I’m offering one free cover for a book, already published or not. This is my small way of saying thank you to the community of authors and fans that I so very much love being a part of, and it’s a very small way of making this horrible year suck just a little less horribly. This cover can be redeemed anytime in 2017 (after the first few months as I am completely booked!) and includes a POD cover as well as ebook cover. Examples of previous work can be found here.

I’m looking for a story which features a diverse main character, by which I mean someone who is not white, straight, male, cis, whatever. Those stories exist by the millions and that’s fine…but there are other stories out there that deserve an audience.

We all need heroes. As kids we need to see ourselves reflected in some sense in the media that we love, and those heroes can’t always be straight white males because that isn’t the world as it is. I was a girl in a small town, just about as wonderbread as they come, but I yearned for kickass stories about girls who had adventures, girls who were looking for Ms. Right rather than Mr. Right, girls who approached life like a goddamn boss. Sure, I had Podkayne…but there were few examples of female military heroes, older female starship captains and so on. I wanted an example of what the world might hold for someone past the Adventure Girl phase that didn’t involve falling in love and being a part of someone else’s story.

Anyway, back to the actual point. :D Contact me and let me know about your story your main character, and what type of cover that you’re looking for, bonus points for throwing in a chapter or so. And Happy Holidays to you all.

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6 thoughts on “Holiday 2016: Free Book Cover Art”

  • Challenge accepted!! What is the deadline? And does the story have to feature a woman as the main character? I have a male/male romance that would be perfect for what you’re proposing. Historical (mid-1700s) and not only featuring the obstacles of homosexuality in this time period, but racial obstacles on a paranormal level. One hero is a Norse wolf shifter and the other is of the Finfolk in the North Sea and their families are not happy about the union on many levels. Does this qualify for diversity?? LOL

    Thanks for this opportunity!

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