Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Cover Reveal: Cloaked by Rachel Kovaciny

via Pinterest

Today I’m pleased to be part of the cover reveal team of Cloaked by Rachel Kovaciny, aka the terrific Hamlette of Hamlette’s Soliloquy.

To say I’m excited would not be an overstatement…

Just look at it. Isn’t the atmosphere STUNNING? The mood is incredibly intense. 

And it gets more exciting - not only is the story a re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood, but it’s a western re-telling!

I have the feeling this is going to be a thrilling tale.

(This will be available as an e-book and paperback from Amazon in a few weeks!)


  1. :-D Thanks for posting about this, Eowyn!

    1. My pleasure, Hamlette. :)

      (BTW: I really like the "Once Upon a Western" slogan. ;))

    2. (I can't believe no one else has ever used "Once Upon a Western" before. When I came up with it, I was like, "Surely people are using this," and googled it, and then was like, "WHOA! I came up with something original? Yay!")

  2. Wow! Beautiful cover! Very pretty! :D

  3. Replies
    1. Abbiee,
      ISN'T IT THOUGH? The mood is just INSANELY intense!

  4. It's so beautiful!!! :D (Also, I LOVE that Pinterest picture you used. Wow. I wish I could step into that picture and experience it. :))

    1. Natalie,
      The more you look at it the more fascinating it becomes. And... ME TOO!!! The atmosphere is so vivid you can almost feel the cold wind burning your face, with the expanse of sky flying to the pastel colored horizon. BTW: I loved the one you had at the top of your post, too. :))

    2. I had a suspicion you'd feel the same! ;D Yeeees, exactly. You put it into words PERFECTLY. *sigh* If only we could steps into Pinterest pictures like the characters in Mary Poppins step into Bert's chalk drawings. (Have you seen Mary Poppins? I've seen it a few times, but never really liked it. I'm rewatching it now though and finding myself enjoying it muchly! It's really adorable and lovely. <3)

      Hee, thanks! :D


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