I was reading the good old Facebook this morning and noticed this picture of author Joanne Brothwell's new book and the cover of another book by Loren Manns.
The books are of course not related outside of both in the modern paranormal genre. But I thought it might be fun to imagine one.
This is not uncommon for many indie and newer authors to use stock art for covers. Sometimes you can even find them. It is interesting though to see what a difference Photoshop makes.
It even happens in our publishing.
Here is a cover of a game you might recognize, and it's doppelganger.
Obviously mine and one called Magic & Miracles for the D6 system. In this case though both of us are using the famous John W. Waterhouse painting. I make no excuses for that, I love the Pre-Raphaelite style.
I'll have to go over this alternate version of the witch in detail.
I know they say you can't judge a book by it's cover, but sometimes you can use that cover for some fun!