Cover Reveal!

Wooohoooo. Spent yesterday with my good friend and Graphics Goddess, Nicki Forde, and this is what we came up with for Harbinger, Book 3 in the Wake-Robin Ridge series. What do you think? (We have time for changes, should there be any issues, but hopefully, this is a winner.)



22 thoughts on “Cover Reveal!

  1. Thank you, Liz. The red flower is the wake-robin trillium, for which the ridge is named. It appears on all the books in the series. (Shown in the right side bar). So glad you like it. πŸ™‚


    • Thanks, CJ! So glad you like it, and I really appreciate your taking the time to let me know. I’m so lucky to have a friend who does this for a living. She’s made all of my covers. And I have a photographer friend who took the pictures for the Finding Hunter cover, before Nicki worked on it. So I’m twice blessed with talented cover people. On this one, I did the Black Dog, myself, but it’s just a silhouette, so not a big deal. One day, I might do some art a bit more detailed, if I ever have enough time.


    • Thank you, Debby. It’s the same font we used on Wake-Robin Ridge, and A Boy Named Rabbit. Nicki was really disappointed there was no capital R this time. (If you look at the other 2 covers, you’ll see what I mean.) I told her I could always rename it Rarbinger. *snort*

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    • Thanks, Kass! Glad you like it. It’s really my version of Ol’ Shuck, or the Celtic legend of the Black Dog, which is a Harbinger of death. If you see him, someone you know is gonna die . . . possibly, YOU. So you really don’t want to find him on your doorstep one morning. πŸ˜€ Just a bit of Appalachian folk lore, brought over a couple hundred years ago, and given a mountain twist over time.

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    • Thanks, Linda. We decided from the start that each series would have its own particular look, and the wake-robin flower against the black hills would be the basis for each book in this one. Once we added a silhouette for Rabbit, I knew we’d be doing a different one of those for each new story, as well. And since the title “Harbinger” refers to the Black Dog legend, well, it was a no-brainer that he had to appear somewhere on this one. πŸ™‚ Glad you like it.


    • So glad you like it, Barb. “Stunning” is good. “Wow” is even better. πŸ˜€ That red flower is the wake-robin of the series title (and the name of the fictitious mountain ridge where the stories take place). It’s on each book in this series, and I do love it. I chose it to name my first book because it’s one of my very favorite spring wildflowers in the mountains. It’s a trillium, and though most are white, the wake-robin is a lovely wine-red, and so beautiful.


    • It’s an eerie kinda story, what with the Black Dog being the harbinger of death, and all. πŸ™‚ So I love that we have an eerie cover for it, while still making it an obvious part of the wake-robin series. Thanks, Olga! Have a great weekend.


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