I’m pleased to reveal the cover of the sequel to Luminous entitled Prism, available as a Kindle ebook on Saturday, June 28, 2014. My graphic designer, Joanna Bishop, worked her magic on this book cover and I’m thrilled with how it looks. Featuring the character, Adante, she brings drama and intrigue to Prism. I’m a total font junkie and I love the customized font used for the title, Prism. Self-published authors and publishing houses alike agonize over their book covers knowing that they are the visual representation of the story inside. Book covers are one of the first and best marketing tools an author has to reach their audience initially, despite the adage “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. It’s hard not to do, especially since human beings are largely visual. For a self-published author like me, I feel like jumping for joy every time I see the cover of Luminous and this newest one of Prism because they are my dreams come to life, so to speak. Seeing my name attached to an actual book cover is one of the singular joys of my life. For all you aspiring authors, that’s what you get to look forward to and all those published authors, you know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s surreal. So over the next week, I’ll explore this topic of book covers in depth and share my own experiences with you as I get ready to release Prism.