Friday, October 18, 2013

Posted by Laurel Garver on Friday, October 18, 2013 17 comments
Never Gone has a new cover!
Additionally, the paperback interior has been redesigned and includes an interior illustration (which I hope will be viewable on Amazon soon.)




Dani’s dad can’t play peacemaker when he’s dead. Can he?

After her supportive father dies tragically, Dani has no clue how to cope alone with her perfectionist mother. 

Then she sees him: in her room, roaming the halls at church, wandering his own wake. Is it a miracle? Or is she losing her mind? 

Sunday school never prepared her for this kind of life after death.


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17 comments:

  1. beautiful cover. It feels like January.

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    1. Thanks. That's a good thing, since the story takes place in early January. :-)

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  2. It's beautiful, Laurel! I love the soft colors and the haunting effects of the trees and grass blowing in the wind. Very nice.

    Happy reading and writing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

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    1. Thanks, Laura. I decided to depict scenery from the climax, since my genre uses a photographic look much of the time. And dusky color schemes.

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  3. Congratulations again, Laurel. This is fantastic!

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    1. Thanks, Anne. That means a lot. Your Regency covers are especially beautiful.

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  4. That's a great cover, very evocative!

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    1. Thanks! I got nice double duty from this image--depicting an actual scene, yet evoking the wintry wasteland that grief can feel like.

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  5. That's a great cover, very evocative!

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  6. That's a really beautiful cover. I was immediately drawn to it, and if I had seen it in a book store I would have picked it up and read the back, just because of that cover. Very cool :)

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    1. Thanks, Liz. Great to hear that it piqued your interest.

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  7. What a beautiful cover!! And so fitting the words, "Gorgeous.. haunting..." If I hadn't already read it, I'd pick it up in an instant! :)

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    1. Thanks so much, Heidi. I was better able to use your endorsement with this version--it's now on the back cover. Feel free to tell all your friends. :-)

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    1. That means a lot coming from you, because you're quite the gifted designer yourself. :-)

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  9. What a gorgeous cover. I love it : )

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    1. Thanks so much. I think it more clearly communicates YA literary than the previous look did.

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