Thanks to all of you who voted, Angelus Rose came in 3rd place in the Alternative-Read.com cover contest!
I really love this cover image. It’s hard to see online, but the angel (or is she a black-winged devil?) is holding a ripped sheet up in place of her toga. I like the suggestion that she’s not wearing anything underneath it — kind of suits a book about a succubus perfectly, doesn’t it?
Her pose and the angle of her wings seems to indicate that she’s soaring upward, but she’s surrounded by a storm of loose black feathers. She makes me think of Icarus, with his wings falling apart the higher he climbed.
The competition was stiff — the winner got more than 400 votes — so I’m truly honored that Angelus Rose did as well as it did.
Also, if you are a book reviewer who wants to take a look at Angelus Rose, it’s only available on NetGalley until the end of this month. You need to jump! Otherwise, you can drop me a note through the contact form above and I’ll set you up.
For everyone else, there are just a few more days to enter the Goodreads contest to win a copy of Angelus Rose. I’m giving away 100 ebooks and only 100 people have entered so far, so your odds of winning are pretty good. Just click the link below.