Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Broken Promises

As I've mentioned previously, I plan on publishing a trilogy of shorts so that I can keep my name out there whilst I figure out my next move. I spent the better of two weeks (real life interruptus was in play) formatting and tweaking my manuscript while I was deciding on what kind of cover to have. I eventually found the perfect cover pic at iStockphoto and after talking about it on Facebook, hooked up with a fellow writer and graphic design artist Bailey Ardisone, who not only created the cover for me, but came up with a new title for the trilogy.

I plan on releasing this bad boy, once I do a few more necessary tweaks to the manuscript (new title and proper design credit), this coming weekend.

To refresh everyone's memory, the blurb is as follows:

Love anew. Love misplaced. Love taboo. 
Three stories that present a fresh twist to those common themes. 
In "The Right Thing" Tim is forced to work through the heartache of his childhood sweetheart dropping him for another as he roams a local festival. 
"Singularly Married" showcases how the love for another can be sadly misconstrued and misinterpreted. 
Finally, "Friends With Benefits" shows how two longtime bff's take their deep respect for another to a place that no one can truly understand.

I need to give credit where credit is due and Bailey Ardisone did a fantastic job on the cover for me. She is a very talented writer as well, with "Sweet Oblivion" being her latest release (Kindle, Nook & iBooks). You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, her Twitter alter ego, her website and her blog.


  1. Debra: Thanks. She decided to use the title of the photo as the book title, so it worked much better than what I had originally chosen.

  2. Excellent! Can't wait to see the finished product.

  3. The cover art is amazing, G! It's perfect. You know I wish you nothing but luck.


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