Saturday, September 24, 2011

Waiting on Cover Art

I'm on total pins and needles waiting to see the cover art for The Girl Who Remembered Horses.

Musa Publishing is a brand new publisher that launches next week, October 1, 2011, and I love that they have asked for suggestions. So because this book is an exciting adventure story about horses, I sent them lots of pictures of wild horses running, like this:

And this:

Of course there might also be a picture of Sahara, the main character in the novel, the girl who dreams of magnificent creatures that run like the wind - at a time in the future when no one remembers horses.

Will Sahara be on the cover? I don't know. I don't know. I can hardly wait to see, and can hardly wait to show you!

Meanwhile, hop on over and check out Musa Publishing. They are accepting submissions, and their Euterpe YA imprint is also looking for middle grade and young adult manuscripts.

The Girl Who Remembered Horses will release on November 11, 2011 and I should see my cover art soon. Don't worry! I'll post it here as soon as I can! *shiverswithanticipation*


Laura Marcella said...

Ooo, I can't wait to see your cover! How you feel about horses is how I feel about zebras. :) They're in the same family afterall!

And what a cool concept for your novel, Linda. I'm looking forward to reading it!

Linda Benson said...

Thanks, Laura! Let me know if you'd like to review The Girl Who Remembered Horses on your blog. And yeah, horses and zebras are both equines! Maybe you should write about zebras - maybe you already have! :P

Amy Lukavics said...

Congrats Linda!!! How terrific! Can not wait to see the cover, seriously.


Linda Benson said...

Thanks, Amy. For all the blood, sweat, tears and time I put into this book, it's now coming together rather quickly, which is awesome. Cover should be available soon - I've looked at a mock-up!