I need some help. That's not something I often admit, unfortunately. But I'm gladly reaching out for your opinion today.
We're in the process of getting a new, fresh, more up-to-date and inviting cover for my first book, The View from My Front Porch. This 4-week Bible study is a woman's guide to developing a biblical worldview.
While the book is a rather serious look at an important topic, I want the cover to appeal especially to younger women. It's written for women of all ages and so the cover should certainly not exclude older women in any way, but I do want it to have a fresh and current look.
So, without further ado, I'm giving you a shot at expressing your opinion about the two cover choices. Simply cast your vote for cover option 1 or 2. If you'd like to give a comment or two about why you like one over the other, that would be fine. But I mainly just want your first impression. So take a quick glance and cast your vote.
By the way, I believe in rewards! So I will draw one name for a prize from the many, many comments I'm sure to receive. That prize will be a copy of the book (with whatever new cover we decide upon) and a $15 Starbucks gift card to enjoy while you study it!
So cast your votes!
Thanks so much for casting your vote. I'll leave these up through Friday at noon Pacific time and then take them down and the contest will be over.
I'm a modern woman walking the ancient paths of God's Word ... in really cute hiking clothes ...
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