A Sure Cure for Witchcraft—Cover Reveal

I’m so pleased to be able to share the cover of my next novel, A Sure Cure for Witchcraft. The official publication date is September 7th, 2021. I know that probably seems like a long wait but this is the publishing business. Things tend to move along quite slowly for anyone on the outside looking in, but believe me, a whole lot of work goes into publishing a novel.

In the months ahead I’ll share some  pre-order information with everyone. Yes, that’s right books can be pre-ordered, not just on Amazon or Chapters but at your local Indie bookstore as well. Don’t forget your local bookstore!

I’m really excited about this book as it was a long time coming. I actually wrote a very early version of this story before Bitter, Sweet was published. (For anyone who might have forgotten that was back in 2009.) Over time I kept coming back to it, determined to get it to the place where I felt it was ready to be submitted for publication. I suppose this book is my reminder that some stories need time and determination and the ability to recognize when a story is worth my time going back to it again and again. 

 

 

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  1. Jill MacLean

     /  January 27, 2021

    Congratulations, Laura! And I love the cover, very very spooky.

    Stay well and warm wishes,

    Jill

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    • Thanks so much, Jill. I’m very happy with the cover. The book itself isn’t spooky; lots of plants and folklore, though.

      Hope to see you at some point. Take care. ❤

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  2. What a fabulous cover! Well done you. And it’s true, there is a time and a place for everything. So glad you didn’t give up on this one.

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  3. Sue Slade

     /  January 27, 2021

    Is this one being published by Nimbus as well??? P.s I to like the cover,

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  4. A lovely cover. I agree: some stories take years to develop.

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    • Thanks Diane. I am notorious for returning to a story multiple times. There are times when we are forced to abandon a story, although it is not always easy to know when that time comes. Often a break from a story gives us a fresh set of eyes and we can be more objective. So glad I refused to give up on this story.

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  5. Lana Shupe

     /  January 27, 2021

    Love this cover so much! Look forward to pre-ordering.

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    • Thanks so much, Lana for your support and welcome to my blog! I’m quite pleased with the cover and am quite anxious for publication day.

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  6. Deb Watring-Ellis

     /  January 27, 2021

    Congratulations! Can’t wait to read it.

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  7. Patricia Hiltz

     /  January 27, 2021

    Love the cover, and when something keeps drawing you back it certainly is meant to finish.

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    • Thanks Patricia. Yes, it would seem that I was bound to finishing this one. Hope all is well with you and you’re able to spend lots of time with Koa these days. Stay well. ❤

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  8. Darlene Radu

     /  February 17, 2021

    Just keep writing. I can honestly say that I read your “very” early writing back in Elementary School and am glad that you have continued to write over the years. Way to be an ‘overnight’ success!

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    • I think as far as writing goes I am, as they say, “hooked.” Yes, you’ve pretty much been there since the very beginning. (Wish I had some of those old stories to look at for old times sake.) It’s funny , I have heard about people described as an “over night success” who have been writing for many years. 😉 Thanks for dropping by my blog!

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