When I write a book, I create the kind of story I would want to read. And I think my readers share similar tastes and expectations to mine. That’s why I sometimes like to ask readers for their input on decisions such as book covers.
Like now, as I choose the cover for my upcoming release, Falling for the Lost Dutchman.
Because we do judge a book by its cover.
So, I want to know which of my cover options would best attract my readers. Which cover would make them want to grab the book and start reading?
What’s the book about?
I think knowing what the story is about is actually less important than a reader’s gut gravitation to a book that looks like it will satisfy their craving for a good mystery.
However, a little background information would not go amiss. So, on that score…
Somewhere in the Superstition Mountains, a fabulous gold mine lays hidden. Hundreds have searched for it and many have surrendered their lives in the pursuit.
When Jay Bohmer’s best friend buys a historic item at auction that contains a new clue to the Lost Dutchman’s location, the two of them set off on a treasure hunt adventure.
But only one of them will return.
If you love a suspenseful mystery with a vibrant, fascinating setting, grab Falling for The Lost Dutchman today!
To learn more about my history with the Lost Dutchman, check out this post.
Here are the four cover design options
Click each to enlarge and see the whole cover.
If you are already in my reader’s group, you’ll be getting an email from me, inviting you to give your input.
If you’re not already in my reader’s group, what are you waiting for? Join the growing group of readers who’ve discovered the thrill of Chase!
Or, if you prefer, you can make your choice known in the comments below.
Thank you for sharing your opinion!