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My publisher and editor asked me to pick out a cover for my next book. It’s an erotic contemporary romance called Guilty of Love that he wants to publish soon.
When I sent my choices of covers to him, he told me that I’d have to choose something else because the picture was too erotic. He also told me that Are and a few other sites are screening the covers when a publisher places them on their sites.
I don’t understand why all of a sudden the different sites are making a big deal over covers. Sure, the cover I chose might be a little suggestive, but they don’t show too much of the male and female anatomy.
In my opinion, covers lure a reader into checking the book out and maybe purchasing it. I’m not sure what the different sites we have to advertise on will expect from the publisher and writer in the near future.
How do you feel about the change that’s beginning with all the different sites on the Internet such as Are, Bookstrand and several others? I suppose you would call the sites an advertising vessel since we place our books there for sale.