We’ve got more books with new covers. First up, Princess Ahira has a new ebook/paperback cover!
I’m pretty stoked about this cover because it has a dragon on it, and Ahira is wearing Azmaveth’s colors! Woohoo for accuracy! This beautiful cover was created by Wesley Souza, the talented artist who also made the new Robyn Hood covers.
The King Arthur three packs and Endings also got new covers–these made by Trif Design, who made the complete series boxset cover, so now the whole series matches!
After going through some hassles with books and files, I decided to pull the individual novella titles of King Arthurs off of Amazon, so now the official series listing includes the first two three packs and Endings, and then of course we still have the complete series boxset. This was done more for a file-sanity reason, and because I’m way more likely to either put the complete series boxset on sale, or the first threepack on sale, so there wasn’t a point in having the novellas. (Particularly because no one was reading those versions anyway.)
Nothing has changed in the books, I just removed the original novellas and swapped it out for the three packs!
And finally one of my oldest series, The M.B.R.C., got a makeover for the individual books and the 3-pack! Now all of them match and the 3-pack has it’s own special image.
Natasha Snow–who also did my Hall of Blood and Mercy covers–recovered this series for me! I love the font she went with–and the colors! Random fact about the M.B.R.C. covers: since the series is set in Chicago I specifically asked Natasha to use the Chicago skyline for the background cityscape! It’s easiest to tell this if you look at the 3-pack cover, since the Willis Tower has such a prominent spot in the background. 🙂
And that’s everything for today! Thanks for reading, Champions, and have a lovely day!