Possible Book Covers, Now Writing Bride of Second Chances, and Putting All Novellas for the Sci-Fi Thriller into One Book

Well, after some feedback, I decided to create a poll which I’ll post on the first draft blog under Ruth Ann Nordin, but for those of you who don’t read that blog, I’ll post the two covers here.  It’s also been suggested that I make a title change.  So here are the options for Joel Larson’s romantic comedy which I plan to write in November for National Novel Writing Month…

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Any preferences? 

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In my poll, Bride of Second Chances won, so I have started that on my first draft blog.  Since the poll was so close, I decided to delay Isaac’s Decision to write Shotgun Wedding/Shotgun Groom.  I am thinking of naming it Shotgun Groom again.

So if you’re so inclined, feel free to go to http://ruthannnordin.wordpress.com/ to check it out.

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I am not going to post all seven novellas up for the sci-fi thriller like I thought I would.  After questioning some of my readers, the vote is to lump all seven novellas into one book and let that be the only thing out there.  I agree.  In the end, it’ll be easier to deal with as one book instead of a seven novellas.

About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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4 Responses to Possible Book Covers, Now Writing Bride of Second Chances, and Putting All Novellas for the Sci-Fi Thriller into One Book

  1. I vote for the on big book, too 🙂

    • Yeah, it makes the most sense. Besides, I don’t want to polish the big one up and have to divide it up into novellas aftwards. Talk about unnecessary work! 😛

  2. Rose Gordon says:

    That second cover sure makes marriage look inviting now doesn’t it? LOL Although, I guess the same could be said for the first!

    • In either case, the heroine isn’t going to want to be in it. I figured out how the marriage happens. Joel’s brother Tom is going to help the heroine out. I figured I left the cliffhanger for that at the end of The Wrong Husband when Tom promised to take Joel’s future wife’s side on any issue that was going to pop up. This is going to be a comedy, so it’s not as bad as it sounds. 😀

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