Changes: how a cover might change over time.

A Wolf's Tale

Wolf At The Door was written as a personal dare. It was 2009 and I just had my second daughter. Throughout the year I had been planning an urban fantasy set in Singapore, because I was sick of white characters and North American/United Kingdom settings. I wanted an urban fantasy that spoke to me and that I could resonate with. Where are the moms with kids? Where are people who look like me?

So, the novel was published in 2011 by Lyrical Press, with an awesome cover with a Chinese/Asian girl staring intently at the reader, wolf beside her, Singapore’s skyscrapers as the backdrop.  Then, fortunes changed- and Wolf At The Door soon found itself homeless, the reason being that it couldn’t sell (not sexy/erotic enough!)  Kantarr Kanticle Press took it in and we had another cover change by Nathalia Suellen. It was still keeping in line with the urban…

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