Thursday, November 12, 2015

Please HELP Clay More chose a cover for "Mistletoe and Crime" - A Victorian Christmas Tale

MISTLETOE AND CRIME - a Victorian Christmas tale

By Clay More

It is Christmas 1882 in London and Sir Roger Winstanley has died suddenly, leaving his fortune to his 17 year old son, Toby. But Toby is in the first flush of love and dare not allow his uncle and guardian, Tremaine Winstanley to know about the girl he adores. A kiss and a pledge under a very special mistletoe will change his life forever.
At least for as long as he can stay alive.

Which one do you like and WHY???????

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  1. Interesting title. I prefer the cover on the left because the bulb, bow and mistletoe are more clearly seen against the black background and without being covered up by the lettering.

  2. I like the one on the left with the black background.The colors jump out with constrast to the black. I also love the clever up-arrow insertion in the line above the author name.

  3. Yes, I like the one on the left too. It seems to stand out better with the contrast of colours.

  4. Definitely the one on the left. It is striking and attention-grabbing.

  5. I also vote for the one on the left - it seems to fit the mood of the story from the description

  6. The one on the left. It seems more Victorian than the one on the right, which seems to look more contemporary.

  7. The one on the left. The one on the right the title takes up so much of the picture, and just looks bad.

  8. It is the one on the right and despite everyone voting the darker one on the left. I will assume you prefer personally the left but professionally know the best one is the one on the right. Go with the red one.