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Crawley Creek is getting a makeover! #CoverReveal #FreeBook #ContemporaryRomance

by on May 11, 2017

Last week I was in Atlanta for the RT Booklovers Convention, and there were thousands of free print books up for grabs. Everywhere I went there were authors passing out copies of their books, and there was even a swap table where readers could trade books they weren’t interested in. What I learned from watching everyone with their free books, is how often readers judge a book solely on its cover art. I know in theory everyone says “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” but that’s exactly what was happening all around me.

The experience cemented the idea in my mind that I needed to give the Crawley Creek Series and update. Originally when I started the series, I thought it would stay in the contemporary western genre without any trouble, but as it has evolved, it’s changed monumentally. It covers military, PTSD victims, suspense, adoption, foster care, addiction, family issues, rape survivors, and even abuse. This change means that the original covers weren’t accurately representing where the series was going, so I jumped in head first to give them an update.

Here are the first four covers for your viewing pleasure! Tell me what you think, and which one’s your favorite and someone will receive a free print book from me! Check back soon to see the next 4 updated covers!

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2 Comments
  1. Francis Holten-Staton permalink

    Love the new covers! Very hot!

  2. Has to be “Claimimg his Cowgirl”. Chase Borst!!!

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