Monthly Archives: June 2011

New Series through New Line Press

New Line Press has a stellas new series by author Penelope Rivers.  If you like m/m erotic romance, then this ones for you.


Site under construction

It looks as though my site had a run in with a giant bottle of bleach, but really, I’m giving it a facelift. I was going for something bold rather than blank, so… it’s coming.

New Stuff

Here are some new premade book cover ideas.


Latest Image: Never Say Just: Decadent Publishing





Here is my first cover for Decadent Publishing, a contemporary military romance by Katie Harper.


FFD is at RAHS

RAHS? Romance Author Hot Spot.

Fantasia Frog Designs is the featured guest for Saturday and Sunday, that’s today and tomorrow. It’s brief, it’s fast, but there are incentives to stopping by. FFD is selling premade cover art stock for $30.00 for the rest of June (2011), and RAHS is offering a $20.00 gift card to an FFD design to one commentor.


So, visit the Romance Author Hotspot to leave a comment, or browse here through the premade cover art if you’re in the market.


A Questionable Hero and Alternative-Reads

A Questionable Hero cover and it made it into the June Book Cover Award Competition at Alternative-Reads (10 are chosen a month). The link to the intro post is

There are some very beautiful covers up for votes, wow.

If you like A Questionable hero, please cast a vote on Alternative-read.

Here’s the youtube video to see all of the nominees.

Computer went “Bloop?”

Yeah, okay, it didn’t actually make that sound effect, but that would have redeemed the experience of one’s computer being rendered useless a little. I knew the old computer I did my photoshop cover designs on would eventually die, but I guess I wasn’t really expecting it to happen this way. Windows was mysteriously deleted or “absent” from our hard drive. What does that mean exactly (in case it happens to you?) It means you need to know where your windows program packaging is, something I lost track of years ago, sigh. So, a long story short, I had three days to buy a new computer, install photoshop, and transfers a plethora of files. I am also adjusting from the familiar, (HP to a Mac) I’m liking the mac laptop, but there are somethings that are so simplified that I don’t ‘get it’ right off the start, which slows me down. Such as installing fonts, zipping files, and installing gradients, brushes and styles. It’s easier, and euphoric when you finally stumble across how to do it. (yes, I know there’s a manual, I just don’t often read them)

I’m still sorting, and still working on projects at the same time.



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