So I got my cover this week and it has been so exciting to see it. Makes everything that much more real. And what has been wonderful as well was all the supportive comments I got since I posted about it–from friends, family, fellow writers. One Tenner, Blythe Woolston, said something that summed up my hopes. “The cover will become more meaningful as the reader experiences the book. The first experience, however, is going to be ‘I want that book.'” I thought this was so kind.
People have asked if there are butterflies in the book. The book is not about a world of butterflies, but yes, butterflies are significant. The color red of the butterfly is important. The water, the reflection, the backwards N. I’m hoping people will read this book and see how all fits in, and I’m just so ecstatic Flux incorporated so many things so perfectly.
And, in case anyone could not see the full cover on the Tenners site (because I know not all the techie stuff). Here it is below. Happy happy!