9/5 ETA: Hi everyone! Thanks sooo much for taking the time to vote. I really appreciate the help!
Right now, Red and Blue are running neck and neck, with 34 and 32 votes respectively. Share and send others over to vote for your favorite!
Over the past few weeks, I’ve shared little snippets from TIGHT SPACES in my Six Sentence Sunday posts, and kept you updated on my progress with it. Now, it’s very close to release, and I need a little help.
My cover artist, Timothy White, (Stay tuned for more information on him as he launches his cover design service.) did a wonderful job of taking my ideas and transforming them into a cover image. The only problem is, he offered TWO options of the same image. I absolutely love them both, and every time I think I’ve finally settled on which one to use, I change my mind!
That’s Where You Come In!
I’d like your opinion on which cover you think is best. So, I’ve set up a poll for everyone to vote. The poll will close at midnight on Friday night, and on Saturday, Sept 8, I’ll announce my final decision, based, in part, on your opinions.
To help you make your decision, here’s what TIGHT SPACES is all about:
Amy goes out to kick the Bad Breakup Anniversary Blues. Jesse is ready, willing, and able to help, until her lowlife ex jumps in.
With the first anniversary of the messy break up of a long-term relationship bearing down, Amy has the blues. When her friends suggest an evening at the Double Dare, she reluctantly agrees to go along. She doesn’t do the casual sex thing, but it’ll be good to spend time with her friends.
Seeing Jesse at the Double Dare immediately cheers her up. She’s fantasized over him for months. The evening gets more pleasant as they heat up the dance floor. Things go from hot to sizzling, and they decide to spend more time together. But then Amy’s ex shows up and confronts her in a low blow. Will his interference deter Jesse from continuing something that shows real promise? Or will Amy give in to embarrassment and stop before things really get started?
Writing blurbs is a real challenge for me, as you can no doubt tell from the above, so it still needs some work. (Suggestions for improving/tightening are entirely welcome!) At least it should give you an idea what the story is about.
Here’s What You’ve Been Waiting For!