I’ve got two covers now and I don’t know whether or not it was intentional on the part of the art department but they’re very similar. Both feature lovely heroines in green with moody skies in the background. As much as I would have loved to see who they chose to play the heroes (one dark, one blonde – who would you choose?) I really like my ladies.
Which cover do you prefer? Do you go for the covers with couples or heroes rather than heroines? Let me know in the comments or over on Twitter @elisabethhobbes or Facebook ElisabethHobbesAuthor
I’ve used one of the American Harlequin branded ones and a UK Mills & Boon as the logos are different but both books are available on Amazon.com and co.uk and other online sites. Clicking on the cover pictures should take you right there if the cover has whetted your appetite.
Today on Twitter is the Historical Romance Network’s Fall Back in Time event
Now, I love a good historical read and have done ever since I was little. I remember spending a coach trip to the Lake District with my nose stuck in a Jean Plaidy (Murder Most Royal I think) and barely seeing the scenery.
I’m also a sucker for dressing up whenever I can. I date that back to being in Year 5 (aged around 9 or 10 for people thinking in old money) and being chosen to try on the crinoline on a school trip to the Castle museum. There’s something wonderful about putting on a costume and being transported to another time.
Here, for your amusement are a few of the times I’ve had fun dressing up. The one medieval outfit I’ve worn I don’t seem to have a photo of which is a shame. It was a lovely green dress (maybe that’s why Aline wears green) with huge sleeves and I like to think me hero wouldn’t have been able to resist me.
I encourage you to try costumes on whenever you can. Who knows where it might lead.
Or course some periods are more flattering than others..