A Lady of Integrity: cover reveal
A little while ago, I asked your opinions on which cover model would work best to represent Alice Chalmers on the cover of A Lady of Integrity. Your votes seemed heavily weighted in favor of the rather windswept blonde who didn’t seem quite comfortable in clothes that weren’t work pants and a flight jacket.
I’m delighted to say that, with the help of pixel wizard Claudia at Phat Puppy Art, and cover designer Kalen O’Donnell, who is responsible for the distinctive look of the series—along with you folks who gave me your thoughts—A Lady of Integrity‘s cover is ready to make its bows!
Look for the novel’s release toward the end of this year. I’m off shortly to do some onsite research in one or two of its locations (Venice!) and will begin writing as soon as I get back. After all, I have to figure out how to get our Jake out of that underwater prison.
5 thoughts on “A Lady of Integrity: cover reveal”
Yes! Nice job! Have fun in Venice!
Nice cover, Enjoy your research, it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.
I need to catch up! I’m still a couple books behind. I love how fast you write!
I do like the cover…..great job!!….’our’ Alice is lovely….very Interesting details on the railings….shadows….water….an airship and 2 clocks…..two?….is time of the essence?
My grandson (age 11) is reading the series now with me for bedtime reading at least one night a week, we are now into the second book……..I knew the Lightening Rifle would get his attention……now that the characters are organized he is getting more into the adventure……his reactions are wonderful!
Looking forward to reading about Alice’s adventures.
Thanks for writing and hope you have a wonderful and inspiring trip!!
It’s lovely, except Alice doesn’t have curly hair all of a sudden? After all that talk about her hair being uncontrollably curly and her dislike of having it tamed or styled, I find the change a bit disappointing. The girl on the cover has rather modern hair.