New Cover For Celtic Sacrifice- I’m so excited!

OMG! I just got the mock up of the new cover for my re-release of Celtic Sacrifice tentatively scheduled for a February 2012 release. I have to wait until my publisher approves, but I have to say that Karen Alsup of KMA Production REALLY understands how to put the elements, storyline, and symbolism of romantic fiction onto a book cover. I can’t wait to unveil it.

Oh…and Karen also delivers fantastic graphic design for business as well. I’ve engaged KMA Production’s services for business cards, flyers, postcards, and brochures with nothing less than stellar results. If you are looking for a graphic designer who “gets it”, doesn’t need to be spoon fed, and knows what customer satisfaction is all about, check out Karen Alsup of KMA Productions.


Comments

  1. Michael says:

    Awe you couldn’t show us a sneak peak? Oh well I guess I can wait like everybody else, but I am excited as well, if this book is half as good as the others you have done I know it will be great. I look forward to more books in the future.

  2. Jason says:

    Your such a tease!

  3. Anthony says:

    I don’t know if this web page was also designed by her, but it has a nice look to it. If the graphic design work is anything like the web page design here, then she must be a person worth hiring. Graphic design has suffered a bit in recent years because of all the junk or poor quality work that is offered for free or next to nothing. Congrats!

  4. Stephanie Staidle says:

    Congrats!

  5. Janet says:

    This book sounds interesting. Anytime you mention ancient cultures which spawned megalithic structures or mysticism, it makes for a rich story through line. The graphical theme of the website is eye catching. I wonder if the graphic artist also was involved in the book’s cover design or did the artist match the book’s cover art? Either way, it is a nice design. I also wonder whether the book is as visually appealing as the theme it suggests and does it include any photos? Novels would be better served to include images with the story, even if they’re just fictional renditions.

  6. Linda says:

    I was browsing through the page about the Celtic Enchantment Series and started to wonder if the release of this new book is part of the Enchantment series. Are the stories in this series sequels or prequels to one another or are they separate tales within similar paranormal worlds? I am fascinated by anything, including fictional tales, that are intertwined in ancient cultures. The reason is because I know about other authors who write fiction, but they incorporate historical facts into their stories. As a result, fictional tales are often based on mysterious truths and that is what is the most intriguing aspect paranormal or mystical stories like this one. Some authors have made it their life’s work to research the secrets of the ancient world and use it to try and teach others about our mysterious past.

  7. Regina says:

    I want to applaud and congratulate the author of the Enchantment series of novels and this latest release. I feel happy for her completing this paranormal project because as one who is now in the midst of writing my own super natural story, I know the sacrifice and patience it takes to formulate a compelling story, particularly one that is based on ancient cultural truths. Such a concept tantamount to working on two projects; The story through line and the pains taking fact finding research required to mesh historical facts into your story. This web site design is almost as intriguing as the book it represents. KMA Production has done a good job of designing a good matching user interface.

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