I love new covers!

A little story about this one -- designed by the fabulous Rae Monet. I didn't really provide a lot of detail on my cover thoughts with this one, and left it pretty much up to Rae. Lo and behold... she tapped into some higher frequency and pulled some things out of my head.

First, at no time did I mention the couple was dancing in the book -- lo and behold, my cover has a dancing pose.

Second, at no time did I mention what my hero was working on -- in the first scene he's "working" he's drawing a dragon. Lookie at that little dragon on the computer desk.

Third, I'd thought to myself at one time, "Something in blue would be nice. I don't have anything in blue. If even just the text."

And we have blue!

So congrats Rae on having a metaphysical link with my brain.

Enjoy the cover, folks, for Misunderstanding Mason


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  1. Very nice!

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