Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The reason every book about Africa has the same cover

The reason every book about Africa has the same cover—and it’s not pretty

2 comments:

Todd Mason said...

My novel, ACACIA TREE, was published with a pink cover with a woman, face obscured by sunhat and drinking from a tall, thin tumbler with a straw, bending over to look at high heeled shoes.

It sold pretty well.

THE OTHER ACACIA TREE had a chunky, shiny spacecraft on it. It did pretty well, too.

I don't know why anyone's complaining.

Unknown said...

You need to complete the trilogy soon.