When I wrote my first blog I mentioned that I was about to e-publish my romance novella, The Millionaire Plan, but since then someone has shown an interest in publishing it as a paperback novella so while I wait their decision I thought I'd e-publish another romance novella, Never Say Forever, which I had published a few years ago under the name of Kay Harborne. Trouble is, I didn't have the text saved on my computer or on CD so had to type it all out again. Almost 50,000 words - a very painstaking task! Anyway, I've finally completed it so now I just have to format it and do the cover. And therein lies the problem. It has already had two covers. The paperback version:
And the softback large print version:
I want something more modern for the e-version so I'm getting my illustrator daughter to do me a cover. The problem is, I'm not used to thinking about covers, my publishers always deal with that. So what picture do I have? The story is about a modern feisty, independent heroine who falls in love with an equally independent bachelor tycoon. Both have resolved to never commit to anyone. So do I go for the hero/heroine design updated? Pink and pretty with silhouette figures? Just the heroine? And where do I put the title and my name? What font do I use. Decisions, decisions! How did you all decide on your covers?