As I’ve probably mentioned here once or twice, The Stolen Crown is due for publication on March 1 of next year. It now has a brand-new cover, so if you’ve got an advance review copy with the old cover, hang on to it as a rarity!
Here’s Kate’s new look. The detail, in case you’re wondering, is from Lady North in a Blue and White Dress by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
By the way, I’m doing the Virtual Advent Blog Tour this year, so check out my entry on December 19. And no, I haven’t the slightest idea of what it will be, but I hope to figure it out soon!
9 thoughts on “Kate Gets a Makeover!”
Oh, I have a collectors item one. I like this one a bit better.
What do you think of it Susan?
Wow, I LOVE it so much. I can not wait to get my copy! Soon very soon, I am going to be on it like my husband says "like white on rice". It is very pretty.
Wow, what a lovely cover!
It's beautiful Susan!
Love it. Did you do that so we have to go and buy a copy too? :p
Thanks, all! I'm very pleased with it–I liked the other one too, but this seems to go better with my other two covers.
(Not a bad idea about buying that other copy.)
Congratulations on the new cover! I like both.
Very nice 🙂
That's a nice design, but jiminy, they're using a painting from the 18th century for a story set in the 15th century? That's so out of period, that seems to me that would backfire. I have a lot of friends who love stories set in the 1700s (and who aren't interested in medieval history), and I know that cover would catch their eye. But then when they saw that it was set in the middle ages, they would probably set it down again. I don't think this is a wise choice on the part of the book designer.
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