Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Woodland Daughter's cover!

I have just seen the cover for Woodland Daughter, my Edwardian historical set in England, and I thought I'd share it with you all.
What do you think?
I like it. The colours are beautiful and it reflects the mood of Eden and the woodland she loves so much.
Woodland Daughter blurb
Throughout her years of devoted service to the Bradburys, Eden Harris has hidden a secret that would affect them all, a secret shared only with her husband, Nathan and grandfather. But an enemy returns, shattering her world and exposing her secret.Then, robbed of Nathan, she must flee from the country estate. However, her attempt to start anew is not so simple as the past haunts her. Now Eden must gather her strength and look into her heart to accept what the future offers.
Woodland Daughter will be released July 31st in hardback.


Natalie Hatch said...

I like the impressionist feel to the cover. Very nice Anne, congratulations.

Rosemary Poole-Carter said...

Anne, the cover is lovely, like an Impressionist's painting. Congratulations on your new book!

Miss Mae said...

Oh, I do like this. Very nice!


Margaret Muir said...

Hi Anne,
Your new cover is quite different to your previous Hale, Gentle Wind's Caress. The woman on the cover is very strong looking and I think it is a cover which will attract readers.
Marg Muir

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Anne,
Lovely cover, it reminds me of an old fashioned painting.

Annie Doyle said...

I agree with all comments on your lovely cover. Very nice indeed. Congratulations!!

Mirella Patzer said...

OH, Anne, I love the cover. Where did you find the woman?

Anne Whitfield - author said...

Thanks so much to everyone.
I appreciate your wonderful comments.

Mirella, I didn't pick the woman. The artist at Robert Hale drew her. They sent me the first sketch and I approved it and it went from there.