Cover Art Poll Results ~ The Ultimate Champion


This is exciting, Gentle Reader. Two of my covers were neck and neck the whole time. And the winner by a very slim margin is...


The Soulless special edition from Subterranean Press. (Insert wild applause here.)

Here's the final pie chart. (PIE!)


As you can see Waistcoats & Weaponry gave Soulless Ltd a run for her money, coming is an astonishingly close second, with Prudence and then Soulless the original bringing up the rear.



Thank you all so much for voting!

To answer a question I'm getting a lot on social media: yes, this may indeed influence future covers on the self-publishing side of things, but not right away. Frankly the Poison or Protect cover was already taking cues from W&W (because it's one of my favorites) and because it's an adult spin off from that series.

I'll keep the special edition in mind if I do my own collected special editions. For example, if/when self publishing ever makes it easy to do hard cover editions. Also I will certainly look with greater interest at the Prudence cover for inspiration. I kind of discounted it and now I see that I shouldn't have done so.

Thanks again!


{Gail's monthly read along for April is To Play the Lady by Naomi Lane.}

GAIL'S DAILY DOSE

Your Moment of Parasol . . .
Magasin des Demoiselles Saturday, May 1, 1858 v. 39, plate 105

Your Infusion of Cute . . .
The First Kiss in Cinema (1896)

Your Tisane of Smart . . .
Answering Nature’s Call in Paris in 1800s

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  
High Fantasy Vs. Epic Fantasy


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The Finishing School 4 Book Series (YA 1850s)

The Parasol Protectorate 5 Book Series (1870s)

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 1 Prudence, 2 Imprudence (July 19, 2016)
Soulless Manga 3 Book Series (complete at 3)

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Marine Biology; My Sister's Song; Fairy Debt;
The Curious Case (featuring Alessandro Tarabotti)

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