New Cover Art: Persephone

I decided over the weekend that new cover art was in order for Persephone. This is the sex-free version of My Lord Hades that I did for my mother and siblings who really wanted a sample of my work.

The original cover art was a compilation of  a photo I took of the backyard when it was foggy and snowing, and a woman that a friend drew for me.

Now while I really wanted to keep that cover, I noticed a problem. The woman was an imitation drawing from an artist that I loved, which means it was copyrighted and truly unusable since I couldn’t afford the licensing of the picture on the paltry money I’m making right now.

So a new cover was called for and it’s making its way through the system right now to the various ebookstores that Persephone can be found in. The print book will take a little longer to find its way into stores. I’m hoping that this new cover will help sell the book a little better. Persephone is one of my lowest sellers, right next to Once a Valkyrja.

Book description and Buy Links below…

In a world where Gods rule and Daemons are feared, Hades, the most notorious Phlegethon daemon-god to roam the ancient world, is released from his prison in Tartarus by the Olympian Zeus to aid in the war against the Titans.

Past shrouded in darkness, Persephone, daughter of the earth goddess Demeter, heals from the ordeal that stole her memories and the magic that is an integral part of who she once was. When she meets a stranger in the woods, her life is forever changed.

Betrayed by the Gods he once served, battle-weary Hades promised to never allow another god power over him, but he didn’t plan on the intervention of the Fates intertwining his future with the stunning woman dancing in the moonlight, or the rise of his Phlegethon nature that demands he claim her as his own. Persephone has become the siren calling him, promising the completion of heart and soul, but only a fool accepts the gifts of a siren, or fight against the will of the Fates.


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5 thoughts on “New Cover Art: Persephone

  1. I like the colors added to it. Makes the cover stand out a bit more while still keeping the same feel.


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