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Cover Friday – Pamela Turner

Welcome back to Cover Friday, and Welcome Pamela Turner, who’s new release Death Sword is the focus of today’s post.  What an intense cover!  Pick up your copy of Death Sword today!

The only thing more dangerous than an angel of death is one obsessed with vengeance.

Karla Black has always known she’s different from other people. She learns just how different after she’s fatally stabbed and brought back to life as a half-human angel of death.

With newfound power comes a newfound boss.

Samael despises her. He considers Karla impure and resents her relationship with her partner Xariel…who also happens to be Samael’s ex-lover. When he takes that hatred to a higher level, Karla vows vengeance – a task easier said than done.

With the loss of their angelic powers, Karla and Xariel face a dilemma – how will they defeat an unstoppable Samael, whose poisoned rapier can kill human and angel alike?

If Karla doesn’t awaken to her true identity, both heaven and earth are in danger of annihilation.

1.  What was your first impression of your cover when it arrived in the email?  Did you pet the screen for a while? Or did you rush to frame it?

Whoa, it’s so intense. And I like the model’s challenging stare. No, I didn’t pet the screen. LOL But I thought of printing the cover and framing it. 

2.  What does your book cover say about your book?  What special feature does it point to that tells the reader to snatch this up right away to read?

 The reader can expect this to be an intense read. The winged figure indicates this is a paranormal story and the city skyline implies it’s also an urban fantasy. The smoky black and red hues suggest the city is in danger. The figure rising above the skyscrapers may be a savior or destroyer. We don’t know but we want to find out.

 3.  So tell me a little about your cover artist?  Do you know if he or she has a webpage? If so, do you have the link?

 Renee Rocco is the cover artist as well as the publisher, along with her husband, of Lyrical Press, Inc. One of the things that drew me to LPI was I loved the covers.

 4.  What feedback have you gotten back from readers?

 People tell me they like it. And the cover definitely grabs people’s attention. It also won a “Clash of the Covers” challenge at Embrace the Shadows.

Pam is giving away one free PDF copy of this awesome looking book!  To enter, leave a comment below, so ask Pam a question, ask me a question, or just chitchat about life in general.  Okay, it probably SHOULD be something to do with books or book covers. LOL. 

Contact Pamela Turner:

http://pamelaturner.net

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