This week's Deb Ball topic is book titles and covers!
Like many authors, getting my cover for BECOMING BONNIE was a moment I eagerly awaited. But, unlike a lot of authors, I didn't have a strong visual of what I wanted. This is weird for me; I'm a really visual person. But, nope, my imagination kept coming up empty. I think, in part, my blank slate of expectations was because the cover had to capture so many different elements: Bonnie and Clyde (obviously), the flapper/speakeasy atmosphere of the 1920s that crashes with the stock market, a hint of danger but also Bonnelyn's initial innocence, and of course, appeal for the historical women's fiction reader...
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