Please judge the book by its cover!
my book cover that is
I hope you’re doing great because I need your help! Haha. The saying goes, "Don't judge the book by its cover" ¡Es una mentira! It's a lie.
Many of the readers judge book by its cover. I'm no exception. Haha 😅
My time-travel romance is currently going through a brutal, bloody road at the hand of the copy editor after the developmental and I teared it to pieces. But no matter how much we polish the story, if the reader doesn't spare it a glance once it's out, then all of our work will be for nothing.
And the one way to get readers to glance at it is, yeah, you probably guessed it already, the cover. I hate it when a book I love has a cover I hate.
Also, readers are the best judge, and even though I'm a reader myself, I'm the writer, so I need help. I'm stuck with three covers. HELP!
Please tell me your opinion of the cover. Which one do you like best, and why? Thank you <3
To further make it easier to decide, here’s the blurb:
At twenty-nine, fate played tricks on Leonardo and pulled him back in time. Back to his grandparents’ village during the mid-50s, where he met his young abuelos and his first crush from his grandmother’s photo album, Celestina.
Celestina was his Abuela’s best friend, who, according to his Abuela , had vanished when they were twenty years old. Now he wants to change the future, but what if the future is already set and nothing he does will change it? How will he fight fate?
This is a Time Travel Romance set in Beniardà, a small quiet village in Spain, where time seemed to be standing still.
I look forward to your comment or email reply.
Thanks for reading!
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