Thursday, June 23, 2016

Please HELP William David Spencer choose a cover for his YA Inspirational story "Wrestling Two Worlds"!

William David Spencer would like your help choosing a cover for his soon to be released YA Inspirational story.

Below you will find the story synopsis and a little on Dr. Spencer.

Please leave a comment on the blogpost or use the "Contact Form" on the HHP blog sidebar to share your thoughts and feelings on the cover choices.

Thank you for your help and support!

A provincial North American high school
student is uprooted by his parents'
humanitarian work and taken to the
Dominican Republic. How he creates ties
between his old school and his new one
through the medium of high school
wrestling provides the backdrop for an
often humorous and always heart-warming
coming of age tale of how one teenager
changes from a provincial to a global

William David Spencer is the author of over
300 stories, poems, articles, chapters in books, editorials, reviews, and author or editor of 14 books, including two books called by critics definitive in their fields,
Mysterium and Mystery and Chanting Down
Babylon. Mysterium and Mystery was nominated
for an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of
America and his novel, Name in the Papers, won
The Southern California Motion Picture Council
Golden Halo Award for Outstanding Contribution
to Literature. So far, he has garnered 21
writing or editing awards or citations from a
variety of organizations as diverse as the
Popular Culture Association, the Evangelical
Press Association, the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, and WABC Radio. He was a co-captain of
his high school wrestling team and is the
father of an eleven trophy winning USA
Wrestling champion and husband of a native of
the Dominican Republic.

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  1. I like the one on the left best. Looks like a great book!

  2. Definitely the one on the left. It highlights a worldview and kids being involved in the story. I think the sunglasses in the second one imply romance.

  3. I really think that the one on the left gives a better visual idea of your story . It''s meaningful . The other could be about romance. Your book sounds great!