Publishing a book, especially independently, requires flexibility and trust. Flexibility, because what you think is going to work doesn’t always, and trust, because you sometimes have to bow to someone else’s expertise.
The process of publishing FEARLESS offered a steep learning curve. Editing and formatting was one thing, but designing a cover was quite another. Even with the most creative minds in my household, we didn’t really have a good grasp on what kind of cover sells books–particularly young adult e-books.
And so I am unveiling here the new and improved cover for FEARLESS. It was designed by Elizabeth Sharp, book cover artist extraordinaire. (You can contact her here. ) Look for it as part of the website soon.