Here is the penultimate cover design for this series. It is a little bit obvious in terms of the symbolism but I like that. Simplicity has a lot to commend it.
A lesson for those doing their own formatting for eBooks.
I’ve been tearing my hair out with the eBook conversions because a bit of HTML slipped through unseen. When I first wrote the books, I had checked a few facts, addresses, and the like on Wiki and other sources. I copied and pasted a few words and terms into the Word document. Just a street name or similar. So what do I find when I look at the sample on Amazon.com? A live link lurking! Click and I’m on Wikipedia!
It didn’t show on Word and I didn’t spot it on Calibre while formatting. Upon checking I found three other examples in other books. The result- I pulled an all nighter, checking all, correcting, and reformatting then uploading to KDP.
I can see how these Wiki links might be actually useful in some circumstances but not in a novel.
Beware of the seemingly quick and easy keystrokes to copy and paste, HTML lurks unseen.