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Groovy new covers for my first three books

My first three novels – loosely known as The Eden Moore Trilogy – will be re-released in the UK next year, with these revamped covers! I adore the original Palencar art, but I like this re-do a lot too; it’s very unexpected and cool, simple and evocative. Thanks so much to the Titan folks, who gave me the images in the first place – and gave me permission to share them.

(Click on the images to view them larger.)

Cherie Priest 1[2] Cherie Priest 2[2] Cherie Priest 3[2]

5 comments on “Groovy new covers for my first three books
  1. Patrick Doris

    The original cover were very much Americana These are spooky and may work even better for International audiences.

     
  2. Malcolm Tredinnick

    Not sure about the international audience effect, Patrick. I really liked the original covers after a while and they looked somewhat European inspired to me, but with a nice relevance to the story (PS: I’m Australian). Initially they didn’t grab my attention in the stores, but in the end I think the cover art guided my mental images of the first two books, particularly. They were very spooky paintings.

    I like the new ones, too. Different, but interesting and representative of the stories. Yay for re-release!

     
  3. Martin

    These covers look great. You should ask the artist to add a stensil drawing of your black cat as a Priest “icon” incorporated in the drawings. Makes it unique.

     
  4. catfriend

    Congratulations. I just noticed over on the Barnes and Noble site that the Nook version of Boneshaker is on deal for $ 2.99. I’ve already read it so I won’t be grabbing it, but if someone has a Nook that’s a great price. Hope that introduces new readers to the Clockwork Cenury.

     

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