Thursday, August 07, 2008

My Gorgeous Cover

Posted by Lynne Griffin

My thanks go out to Executive Art Director, Michael Storrings for creating the perfect cover for Life Without Summer. And to my team at St. Martin's, please accept my gratitude for taking the time to get the cover just right.


Anonymous said...

Love the cover!!! Congrats and best to you...don't want to say luck, because it was hard work that got you to this...looking forward to reading Life Without Summer!

Anonymous said...

It looks beautiful, Lynne - and congratulations. I can't wait to read this.

Lynne Griffin and Amy MacKinnon said...

Thanks, Mo! I'm so glad you love it. And thanks for the congrats. I really like the quote--Luck is where preparation and opportunity meet.

Thanks again, Lynne

Lynne Griffin and Amy MacKinnon said...

Hi Leslie,

You and I were posting at the same time. Thanks for your congrats!

Hope all is well with you and your new writers' group.


Judy Merrill Larsen said...

Oh, Lynne, it's gorgeous. Just gorgeous. You must be thrilled. I'm so happy for you!

Lynne Griffin and Amy MacKinnon said...

Yes, Judy, I am thrilled. So glad you like it. And thanks for all your support. Lynne

Joanne said...

Lynne, What a moving cover ... very beautiful, and poignant. This cover is actually thought-provoking, begging the question of Summer, and grief, maybe loneliness? Very nice.

Anonymous said...

Lynne, I am so happy for you and I can't wait to read it. That's the kind of cover that calls to me from the bookstore shelf...I would have to pick up this book, even if I didn't already know how wonderful it is sure to be!

Lynne Griffin and Amy MacKinnon said...

I'm so glad you find the cover intriguing. Summer is a metaphor with many meanings in this story.

I love hearing that you think the cover will pop off the bookshelves.

Thank you both for sharing your comments. I'm really happy with the cover. Glad you like it too.

Lynne said...

gorgeous, I love covers (like this one) that are so evocative that you just want to pick the book up and start reading immediately. Somehow the use of photography on the cover of a novel makes the story seem more 'real'...which I also find very attractive.

Congrats, it's a beauty!

Lynne Griffin and Amy MacKinnon said...

Hi Suzanne,

Thanks so much. Gorgeous, evocative, makes you want to read--my goodness, I couldn't ask for anything more! Thank you for sharing your feedback.