To Ocean’s End Gets a Facelift

One aspect of publishing is learning what passes for good cover art in a respective genre. An author has three seconds to persuade a potential reader to buy his/her book, and the contents of the cover art make or break the deal. being aware of this, they’re constantly experimenting with the best way to present books on their site. Books are judged by their cover, despite people knowing we shouldn’t. That’s just the way literary life works.

Anyway, here is the new cover to To Ocean’s End, and it’s the story of a seafaring captain who can never find a moment to eat a cheeseburger in peace. Click on the link to find out more!


About Angela Macala-Guajardo

Author, teacher, soon-to-be full time writer for two companies. Also a lover life in the Arizona desert, puppy butt wiggles, and kitties purring away on my shoulder.
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