EVOLUTION OF THE COVER of LADY OF FIRE: a clean-read rewrite of the 1994 bestseller Pagan Bride (releasing late fall 2014) ~ Though my first two Bantam Books rewrites, LADY AT ARMS and LADY OF EVE, were connected, LADY OF FIRE is a standalone that trades the 12th century Britain of the first two books for 15th century Algiers and Britain. Now for the major steps my cover designer took to create the beautiful cover. P/S: Sorry, no bare-chested, kilt-cavorting hero this time 🙂

PART V: Up High And Pretty In Purple ~ I love seeing more of the veil on the breeze, but the title looked better and was more legible in the original layout (note: listen to cover designer—and thank her for humoring you). My, that purple-pink gown is stunning, and I like how it reflects the color of the sky. However because of the “fire” title, I believe red is the better choice. What do you think about the replacements for the ribbons on your sleeves, Alessandra? Clever, hmm? Everyone knows you like bells. Coming Soon, PART VI: In All Its Glory



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