Thursday, September 19, 2013

Limited Edition Covers for the Mystic Series

Happy Thursday, everyone! It's a nice, cool day here in Georgia and my printed proofs for Mystic~Melody arrived yesterday. We all know what I'll be doing with part of my day! On another note, I was looking at the stats for the blog and noticed I'm five posts away from four hundred. Maybe I'll cook up something special for that post! I did a little math, because I'm a curious sort (and you all know how long winded I am), and if I wrote a minimum of five hundred words per post, my blog alone is worth 197,500 words so far. My mind is blown.


I know fans of my Mystic series will love getting to see the girls. So, while these covers will be released on the digital versions next year (after Markaza releases), I'm putting together some limited edition hardcover books for UtopYA Con that you'll only be able to get if you buy them off the table at the event. They won't be available in paperback until December 2014. Until then, this is all you get! I hope you love them as much as I do.
Anyone who's read the books, knows why the colors are what they are. If you haven't read the first three, you should go pick them up. I reduced the price of Bronya and Lily to just $0.99 each and the price of Shelia to $2.99. Melody will be $3.99 when it releases. Clicking on the names will take you to the buy page on Amazon.

You can enter to win a copy of Melody (with the tree and orb cover) over on Goodreads. There are four available so get your booties scootin'! Enter here. Coralie is written but needs some heavy editing. I'm aiming for a late October release. We'll see!

What do you think of the revamp? I'm eager to hear your thoughts.

Don't forget to check out the featured author this week. You can find M.R. Polish's interview here.

Well, that's all for today, folks! Until next time, WRITE ON!



  1. Jo, I love your art and each of these covers. I also want to mention this: I learned firsthand, the other day, the importance of cover art and proper formatting of a book. Some people at work were discussing a book (hardcover) they had read by a motivational speaker - they liked the message but said the book was hard to read - the formatting was terrible and changed from chapter to chapter. Wondered "who the heck had published this". An important lesson for all authors!

    1. Alana, my dear, I couldn't agree with you more. It's all in the details :) Thanks for the comment and the head swell :)


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