Wednesday, 2 May 2012

'Changing the Future'

I was going to have a day off from blogging today - but how can I when this morning I received the final version of the cover of my new novel, 'Changing the Future', due for release on May 15th by Rebecca Vickery Publishing. Cover design by Miss Mae.

Here it is:


And here's the 'blurb':
Lisa Marshall is stunned when celebrated volcanologist Paul Hamilton comes back into her life at the college where she now teaches. Despite their acrimonious break-up several years earlier, they soon realise the magnetic attraction between them is stronger than ever. However, the past is still part of the present, not least when Paul discovers Lisa has a young son. They can’t change that past, but will it take a volcanic eruption to help them change the future?

18 comments:

  1. Congrats Paula...goes great with your blurb!

    May 15th...is right around the corner!

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  2. congrats! I remember the excitement of those first cover proofs! Beautiful!

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  3. Dear Paula,

    VERY evocative! Unlike the Fragrance cover, which is redolent of sweetness and gentleness, this one hints of roiling passion, of fires untamed. I like it very much. I also am intrigued by the blurb. Yes...what could be more hot than an immiment volcano--unless it be a Paula Martin love story?

    Wishing you tremendous success,

    Slán, Erin

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  4. Paula--it's so good! I know you're thrilled with it..plus you won't regret going with Rebecca. Good luck with this newest novel, and Miss Mae seems to be another excellent cover artist for VTP.

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  5. Great cover, Paula, and a chilling book. But do we ever have a day off from blogging?

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  6. Thank you all!

    Christine - am so pleased you think it first with the blurb. My pubisher said it is "very symbolic of the troubled relationship between the two leads and also emphasized how important the volcano is to them getting back together."

    Sandra - it really is exciting,isn't it, and it's the kind of excitement that never goes away.

    Thanks, Madison.

    Erin - thank you so much for your comment. I hadn;t really thought of it like that, but yes, you're right!

    Celia - absolutely no regrets at all, quite the opposite!

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  7. Love the cover, Paula! Congrats:)

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  8. Kathleen, I think the book is heated rather than chilling! But yes, blogging is a way of life these days!

    Thanks so much, Donna.

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  9. Perfect cover for your story!

    Morgan Mandel
    http://morgansbooklinks.blogspot.com

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  10. Thanks, Morgan - and I agree!

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  11. I love the cover--holding hands and facing a volcano. Perfect.

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  12. Congrats! Wonderful cover!

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  13. It IS lovely, Paula. Very evocative
    xxx

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  14. Many thnaks, I'm so pleased you all like it.

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  15. It's a wonderful cover, Paula - and so appropriate!

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  16. What a great cover!! I'm excited for you!! The 15th is just around the corner!! YAY!

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