So here we have the last cover. As I was making these covers, I noticed the black female/white male is quite popular in terms of cover art… and possibly even writings. In fact, when I did a search on interracial erotica, I noticed most of the covers were this combination. What I find odd about it, […]
I really like this cover. Of all the covers I’ve done in this series, this is my favorite. Something about the pose is just so intimate. Yet it also has an air of playfulness.
I’ve been playing with these covers on and off for quite a while. Like the last set (elemental covers), I’d considered and did use different models. Then I asked myself why I’d want to use different models. Typically, when I write Reena Jacobs (at least when I wrote in the past), I tend to use
Last but not least… 🙂 Well… something has to come last. I’m not sure if I like this cover better than the first or not. It’s really a toss up for me. Whereas the first one the gal seemed more vulnerable, this one she’s bold. She’s the aggressor, and I like it. Yet the guy
More skin, I say! More skin! I have to say… I rather like the previous cover better though. I think there’s something about the pose that makes it more intimate… vulnerable, yet trusting. This one is nice also though. To me, it’s a bit move loving… tender and consoling. What do you think?
This time around, I asked myself how much it too much? You see… a cover can shout out erotica without being too revealing. Well, I was in the revealing mode… as you can see. Thing is… I wonder if there’s too much flesh showing for those resellers (Amazon, CreateSpace, Smashwords, Barnes & Nobles, etc). Just
And here we have the complete trilogy! Well? Tell us… what kind of story do you have for this hottie?
Last but not least… we have the top. I’d be curious about the order some would write this book. Would the start with head? middle? or foot? I ended with the face because it seemed like the bigger reveal. Stay tuned for tomorrow. I’ll present them all together, so you can see how they fit.
So… here we are with part. If you take a close look between the last cover and this one, you’ll see that they fit nicely together. We have the legs in the first cover and the midsection in this cover. Stay tuned for the final piece of the puzzle. 🙂
It’s been awhile since I did a straight eBook cover. However, I was in the mood for something a bit different. I wanted to try something a little different than what I’ve done in the past. I’ve done trilogy type covers, but never one that all fits together. For these next three covers, we’re going to