The brilliant cover for the third Frank Nagler Mystery, “The Weight of Living” is a semi-finalist in the cover art contest run by authordb.com.
The cover art is by Anita Dugan-Moore, of my publisher Imzadi Publishing of Tulsa.
I am trilled and blessed to have such talent supporting my books.
Anita combined these two descriptions of main characters from the book to create the amazing cover:
The little girl: “She seemed hollow, the girl did. Breathing, hearing, touching, but absent. Small, dark dots sunk into an ashen blank face, eyes impossibly dull for someone so young, eyes that stared straight ahead at the faded green wall; hard, eyes so hard that did not seem to register the color of the wall, the brown of the tabletop, the light bulb above her head or the presence of anyone else.”
Sister Katherine: “She closed her eyes and lifted her face to the slight breeze. Small tears gathered and ran down her lined, perfect face.”
The voting for the winner runs between Nov. 1 to 5.
Here’s the link: https://authorsdb.com/2017-cover-contest-results/24376-cover-contest-2017-the-weight-of-living.
Thanks for your support.
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Reblogged this on Green Eyed Irish Lass's Book Reviews & More and commented:
So thrilled that my cover has made the semi finals. If you like it ease visit the link Nov 1-5th and vote for it, I would really appreciate any and all votes.