People were amazed that I didn’t have a word to say about Evangeline Collins’ cover. Of course I did. I have an entire entry’s worth of comments on that fluffy monstrosity of purple and fuchsia.
But I figured it would be MUCH more fun to challenge you to Caption That Cover – so it’s fun and games and contest time! Have a long, sweeping look at this cover:
Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to caption that cover Using Only One Word. I won’t even give you samples. I don’t want to take one away. Your best one-word caption could win you (a) a paper copy of the book and (b) a $25 gift certificate to the bookstore of your choosing. You have 24 hours to caption that cover – with Only One Word.
Standard disclaimers apply: I’m not being compensated for this giveaway, except to deny myself the pleasure of looking at the cover again and again so as to reassure myself that it is real. Slippery When Wet. No shirt, no shoes, no service. I believe I can call. I think I’ll use the phone in the hall. I’ll call my friends just to say ‘Hi’ with 5 cent Sundays from MCI. I believe I can call. Reach out and touch someone.