I’ve been shopping, found a designer I like, and bought a new outfit. Now I have a new image. It’s not for me, but for my novel, The Wind Weeps.
The Wind Weeps has so many tangible elements that I could have focused on any number of them for a cover image. The story involves boats, the BC coast, commercial fishing, handsome men, beautiful women, and the isolation of the coast. But my designer, Anita B. Carroll of http://race-point.com , suggested that since the book has so much emotion in it, why not go with a cover that reflects it.
Remember the terror Julia Roberts felt in the movie Sleeping with the Enemy? That’s the kind of terror Andrea feels about her husband, Robert. But in her case it isn’t so easy to escape him. He has taken her to live in a remote cabin on the coast, all communication unavailable to her.
We have love, anticipation, happiness, hope, desperation, indecision, ambivalence, frustration, fear and joy, just to name a few of the emotions found in The Wind Weeps.
Andrea once loved orchids, but Robert has turned them into a symbol of his control over her. The orchid on the cover seems to be weeping. The sky is blood red, the sea is dark and rough. And yet Andrea is determined to survive and get back to the man she wishes she had married, the one who has never stopped loving her.
For more than just a romance, why not click on the link to download The Wind Weeps. You won’t sleep until you finish it.
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Anneli Purchase is an author and freelance copy-editor. She writes for the Loveahappyending Lifestyle Magazine, which she also helps to edit. Anneli lives on her little acre of paradise on Vancouver Island with her husband and two spaniels. She has published three novels and is working on her fourth.
7 thoughts on “Cover Reveal~THE WIND WEEPS by Anneli Purchase”
Thanks for hosting me here today, Melanie.
I love the new cover. It’s such an evocative visual of the emotion in the story.
It’s my pleasure, Anneli. I love your new cover.
You’re absolutely right in your interpretation of the cover, Darlene. The artist captured it amazingly.
Absolutely stunning–fabulous makeover, congrats to you, Anneli, and top marks to your designer!!
Anneli’s designer did a fabulous job for sure. It’s quite the transformation.
Based on the description of the book, it seems like you picked a perfect cover image. It is quite compelling.