I am now the proud owner of TWO book covers thanks to Elaina Lee at For The Muse Design. Woo hoo!
It’s amazing all the little things that go into cover art that can stress you out. Fonts, for example. Do you have any idea how stressful title fonts can be? And that’s just narrowing down the style–don’t get me started on choosing the size…
But now I have these two covers for the first two novellas in my Heavenly Bites series, and I like them. I like them a lot. We are going to live happily ever after, these covers and I.
Well, I hope.
So? What do you think?
Ta da! Here’s the book cover for the first of my three Heavenly Bites Novellas, Pastels and Jingle Bells:
And of course the official book blurb is now under the “Books” section of my website, along with the blurbs for the other two novellas.
Pastels and Jingle Bells is also up on Goodreads now, see? Check out this link here, and please do consider adding it to your to-be-read list! 🙂
Happy Labor Day! Hope you spend it doing something you enjoy. Me, I’ll be writing today, which is something I enjoy, so that works out well…
I just put the official book blurbs up on my website for my upcoming Heavenly Bites holiday novellas (and they’re called Heavenly Bites because that’s the name of the bakery in them, not because they’ve got vampires or anything), and here they are:
Novella 1: Pastels and Jingle Bells
Trish Ackerly never expected to cross paths with Ian Rafferty again, but when she spots the former bully of her childhood years through her bakery window, she thinks she may just have been given the best Christmas gift ever: the opportunity to finally give Ian the comeuppance he deserves.
But clearly she does not have a knack for this whole revenge thing, because before she can make good on her plans, Trish gets inadvertently drawn into Ian’s life in an unexpected way that lets her see just how different the man is from the boy he used to be. In fact, much to her astonishment, she actually starts to like the guy.
Trouble is, Ian doesn’t know who she really is, and explaining it to him is going to be a little difficult now—which is bad news, because Trish is starting to realize that all she really wants for Christmas this year…is Ian.
Novella 2: Love Lessons
Self-assured Nadia Normandy knows everything there is to know about men and dating, which seems to be why little old Mrs. Beasley maneuvers her into taking unsuspecting and bookish accountant Benji Garner under her wing. Her mission? Shape him up for the opposite sex, preferably in time for New Year’s Eve.
A challenge? Sure, but Nadia discovers that Benji’s got a charm all his own, and she finds herself avoiding her usual social scene in favor of time spent with him—all in the name of mentoring him, of course.
Except that after a while, it starts to feel less like mentoring and more like something else—which could present a problem, because just as Nadia begins to realize she didn’t know quite as much about men as she thought, other women are starting to notice her unlikely protégé.
Much like Nadia is beginning to notice him in a whole new way herself…
Novella 3: Playing Cupid
Much as she loves her meddling matchmaker of a grandmother, free-spirited Aimee Beasley is tired of dodging the dull and downright tiresome dates the older woman keeps trying to arrange for her. So when she notices her beloved Gran preening in the presence of a distinguished elderly gentleman who’s been visiting their apartment building, Aimee is delighted at the prospect of turning the tables on her.
But her plans to match her grandmother up with the gentleman in time for Valentine’s Day hit a snag when Aimee realizes he’s the uncle of their downstairs neighbor, a stodgy thirty-something history professor named Doyle with whom she butts heads on a regular basis. She’ll need to find a way to make nice and enlist his help, or her plan to see her long-widowed Gran happily matched again will never work.
For Gran’s sake, she’s determined to find a way. In the process, she starts to realize that her cranky downstairs neighbor has a softer side she never suspected existed.
And when it comes to romantic heroes, history professors may not have gotten a fair shake…
So…what do you think?