It's obviously the month for posts about book cover design - my own, and that of others.
As part of updating my existing books I have made small changes to the interiors (and in the case of Turner, added a bonus chapter). Then on to the wrapping: new covers too, all in the same style.
Turner has had a few covers in the past, often beautiful (e.g. this and this); however, I wanted to see whether marketing it with something more grimdark grungy might lead to sales.
Anyway, here are the new covers - e-book, and wraparound print covers. What do you think? I'm already making notes for future tweaks!
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