Cover Preview: Winter Glory

I’m writing a lot, and exciting things are happening with my work in progress, Fate’s Door. I can’t wait to share the story with you. I’m hoping for a May release – fingers crossed – but I won’t rush the story telling. If it takes me longer to finish, that release may slide to June. 😉

I’ve also been working on book covers for the stories that are complete and approaching release to my readers.

Winter Glory came back from my proofreader (thank you, Wendy, fantastic work!) about a week ago. The interior of the book is now all ready, and today I finished the cover! Naturally, I want to show you what it looks like.

I’m really pleased with how it turned out, and I’ll share how I built it in a future post.

Glory feature cover 300

In the cold, forested North-lands – prowled by trolls and ice tigers, redolent with the aroma of pine, and shrouded in snow – Ivvar seeks only to meet his newborn great granddaughter.

Someone else has the same plan.

Traversing the wilderness toward the infant’s home camp, Ivvar must face the woman he once cherished and an ancient leviathan of the chilly woodlands in a complicated dance of love and death.

Ivvar’s second chance at happiness – and his life – hang in the balance.

Coming soon!



4 thoughts on “Cover Preview: Winter Glory

    • Thanks, Alicia! My first reader said that the romance “really worked for her,” so I’m hoping it will be a pleasure for many of my readers. Because this is me writing the story, life-threatening adventure is also present.

      I too wish I were as fit as Ivvar! He’s modeled after the sturdy folk of the Caucasus Mountains who perform heavy physical labor in their 70’s without batting an eye, and who often live into their 100’s.

      (And, yes, Ivvar’s ex-wife is only a year or two younger than he is. 😀 )

  1. I am continuously fascinated by how you build your covers. Thanks for sharing.

    • Even I am surprised sometimes when I look at what I started with and where I ended up! 😉

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