Hi!! Those are really neat covers you’ve made; I really like the test of the second one.
While you may not like my genre or ideas, I figured, why not post anyways, right? If it’s not accepted, Im willing to submit a fake that may spring some ideas
book title: Fractured Red
If you asked shifters about a female named Opalescence Alkingsly they wouldn’t understand and if you asked them about the legend of Red, it sometimes sparked a distant memory worn away with the passage of time. However, more often than not it too would be met with a look of confusion.
Legends sometimes fade, forgotten, and lost within the past. But the few that remember, and pass on the tales, for them the legends live on.
From the moment she was born, Red was destined to leave her mark on the world. Both blessed to make a change and cursed to find her end, she wants for something the world cannot give her. A second chance. Her visions were painful, driving her to stain her hands with blood. All Red ever wanted was to wash her hands clean, but as she learns quickly, some stains aren’t so easy to remove.
One family member dead, one curse, and one choice, was all it took to set her along a path with no way out. The consequences of one’s action never give second chances as Red finds out. She travels in search of a cure, and her past will affect her future.
In the end two will have died. One by Red’s hand and one will be her.
Her tale, forgotten by many in the sands of time, her choices built a foundation.
a quote or subtitle (if wanted): N/A
book genre: Adventure/Paranormal/Werewolf
Username or real name: Violet Whiteheart
theme (sad, happy, etc.): Calm, maybe a bit sad, meloncholy
Description detail: Honestly, not too sure. What about the silhouettes or the forms of a woman and a wolf reflected in water with a bit of forest shown. However, the water could be distorted or kind of ‘broken’ like glass. I really like the idea of the image being ‘broken’ like some parts being shifted slightly out of place as if someone glued glass together, but was slightly off with the pieces. Or if you have another idea, I’d love to see it, for I don’t have my thoughts set particularly on one things or the other.