Well, maybe not. But I do have three options for the cover of my novella Immaterial Evidence, forthcoming from Musa Publishing, and I'd like to see how many of you can guess which one I chose. The cover designer and I went back and forth a few times last week, and she was great to work with throughout the process.
From left to right, I give you Options #1, #2, and #3. In case the tagline is too small on your screen, it says, "A detective with a price on his head. An invisible criminal with nothing to lose..."
Leave your vote in the comments, and if you pick the winner, I'll send you a copy of "Beneath the Surface," my bestselling Kindle title for the past month.
Immaterial Evidence will be available from Musa on May 31st. At 27,000 words, it's the longest story I've had published to date, and I can't wait to see it greet the world. The protagonist, Charlie Madison, is a character I've been writing about since I was a kid, so it's kind of special to see him star in my first published novella.
As always, thanks for reading.