LOVE it!!! I would probably pick that up in a bookstore & leaf through it even if I'd never heard of you. Fabulous!
Thank you! That's just what I hope the cover will do--make people want to pick up the book and look through it. (And then buy it rather than put it back on the shelf!)
I love it, too. The wave reminds me of Hokusai's Great Wave, and I like the juxtaposition of the wave with the title word "Temptation". Very evocative and lovely.
I gather that my guy imitated your guy. Your guy had multiple names so it gets really confusing. But certainly the point about the wave being a tradition is made!
Awesome. Congrats! Can't wait to see the book it will become.
Maureen--I just realized that my reply to you makes no sense. I was thinking that you'd read my next post about the art work, but of course you haven't since I haven't yet posted it. Stay tuned.
Thank you for clarifying that. I didn't think of the cover as imitative but, as I said, evocative. I still had the image in my mind and came back to look at it again. I'll look forward to your next post.
Nice, Diane! I like how the wave reminds me of a hand and how her hair blends into the water. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
Congratulations! The cover is splendid.
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