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Book Cover Battle: The Witch Adoption Project

 

The Witch Adoption Project is due out in December which means it’s time to make a decision on the cover. I would very much like you to be involved in this so here goes.

The rules are simple

  1. Watch the video
  2. Using the Blurb as your guide, pick the cover you think suits the story best
  3. Let me know either on Facebook, Instagram or in the comments which is your favourite.
  4. The cover with the most votes will be gracing the front of the book when it's released in December.

Happy Voting!


Comments

  1. 3, I think, most attractive and I would want to read it. Second choice 1.
    I am sure there is a reason for the bees, but the blurb does not give that impression.

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  2. I'm voting for #1....it just catches my eye more than the other 2.

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  3. cover #1 suits best--the bees tell me noting and the open book is vague--at least the cauldron siginifies witches and magic :)

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