Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Showing Off My Cover for Spirit Shapes

Don't you love it? The artist, Ana Winson, always seems to design the perfect cover for the book.

She explained that the light wolf stands for good and the dark wolf for evil. The spirit shape in the middle is key to the story, but you'll have to read it to find out why.

Here's the blurb:

Ghost hunters stumble upon a murdered teen in a haunted house. Deputy Tempe Crabtree's investigation pulls her into a whirlwind of restless spirits, good and evil, intertwined with the past and the present, and demons and angels at war.

I had a great time writing this book and now I'm busy planning the promotion.

I've been working on a blog tour, more later, and I've set up some in-person events.

The book isn't available yet, but will be soon.



  1. Lovely cover, Marilyn. The novel sounds like something I'd enjoy reading. Can't wait for it to come out. It amazes me that you always come up with such great ideas for novels.

  2. Thank you, Evelyn. I can hardly wait until my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery comes out and you get to read about the character named after you!