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I liked the colorful *Pilot* cover with the wispy white edges. The characters look intriguing and conflicted.
That was my favorite too, Jan. I liked the way the characters had a solitary look to them, but that they might be dreaming about what their lives were or could become. Yeah, all that from a sample of cover art. Would you believe I work in the portrait photography industry? LOL.
I liked the first one with the field. It had a feeling of lonliness and sort of mystery. I like covers that don't show faces. I like that the first one let me get a feel that it is set in Kansas and also that it is historical, (except her hair was contemporary).
Hmm. I spoke with two other women today who also like the first cover. So, you're not alone in your choice, Kay.
I really didn't like any of the covers. The first cover made me think it was another war-torn-love-lost book. The second cover bugged me because he had a WWII plane and was wearing modern clothing. The third cover was the best, but I still didn't love it. The landscape didn't look like Kansas crop fields and I would be angry if she never went up in the plane with him.
I liked the third one because the other two looked too much like "romance" to me.Accidental Poet
Won't it be interesting to see what they finally pick? Everyone has such different ideas about what the cover should look like.
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