Help A Publisher Choose A Cover!

Spencer Hill Press is having trouble deciding which cover they want, so they are giving YOU the power!!! 

(MWHAHAHAAAA!!!! Can you feel it going to your head yet?) 

So! Let's hear about the book first!

Blood Bound

Starting college a year early is hard. Starting fae college and learning to protect the world from the Unseelie is harder.

Brielle Reed has always been an over-achiever, but this time she may have bitten off more than she can chew. Between her crash course in fae politics, struggles to control her new mind-reading ability, training sessions with the demanding Dr. Schwartz, and discoveries about the father who is still a mystery to her, Brielle finds herself longing for a chance at a normal life.


But she may not get that chance. Or chance at a life at all, for that matter.

Title: Blood Bound

Author: Keshia Swaim

Publisher: Spencer Hill Press (www.spencerhillpress.comPlease feel free to use any images, text, links, etc. from our website.

ISBN: 978-1-937053-45-1

Release Date: September 10, 2013
Formats: Paper, e-book

Keshia is previously published, but this is her first full-length novel to be unleashed on the world.

Now, the covers:



















So which do you prefer? Does the hand make you feel like the power could be in yours? Or are you intrigued by what secrets the pretty lady is keeping? 

Don't forget to vote!

(you don't even have to register or listen to politicians or anything!)

18 comments:

  1. The hand is more intriguing to me personally.

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  2. The hand appears too green-screen. The girl blends better.

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  3. I prefer the hand because it adds an extra air of mystery.

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  4. I voted for the hand-it reminds one their power! ;D
    I like to see my own main character, with your guided imagery!
    Fun to vote!
    Hope you are doing well~ :D

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  5. I went with the girl, just because that's what I see so much of on the bookshelves these days. Both are kind of cool, though.

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  6. I voted for the girl. I'd notice that one quicker.

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  7. I always seem to like the cover no one else does.

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  8. yo yo yo baby pop

    That was a tough choice but I went with the girl since it stood out a bit more. :D

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  9. My 2c? I like the hand, but I think adding a subtle reflection of a face in the water beneath it would make it even better. :)

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  10. Cool covers, hard to choose. Ooh, I like Melissa's idea. And the book sounds great, too.

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  11. I already voted too. For the hand. :)

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  12. Now this is the type of voting I love!

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  13. Voted on this one too... for the hand!

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