We’ve just wrapped up another month. This month was comparatively slow, but things got a bit better late in the game.
We had 2,560 votes this month.
It was close for a few days, but then the winner had a ten-voter surge and never looked back.
The June Book Cover of the Month is…
Let’s look at the stats!
Karsak received 145 total votes.
A Guiding Light by Susan Copperfield came in second, so Copperfield becomes the first author this year to get two second chances. We only saw that happen twice all of last year.
But for now, let’s look at this month’s winner!
With Lionheart as the new alpha, the streets of London are quiet.
But above the realm, mischief is brewing.
While airship pirates are a common plague upon the kingdom, the airship Fenrir proves particularly troublesome–especially on a full moon.
Clemeny must take to the skies before these shape-shifting Vikings kick off a new Ragnarok. Easier said than done now that she’s down one good eye, a partner, and not to mention the fact that she gets motion sick.
On top of that, the new scar across her face makes Clemeny feel like she’ll have better luck intimidating her foes than finding a beau. But Agent Edwin Hunter, recently assigned as head of Clemeny’s division, is proving to be an interesting prospect. Despite her apprehensions, it’s up to Agent Louvel to chase Fenrir across the heavens.
Alphas and Airships is a retelling of the Red Riding Hood fairy tale set in Melanie Karsak’s bestselling steampunk universe. Alphas and Airships is Book 2 in the Steampunk Red Riding Hood series.
I’ve added Alphas and Airships to my TBR. (For those who are new to the deal, I buy the Book Cover of the Month to read and review in the future. I buy all the winning covers. I’ve already bought May, April, March, February, January, December’s book.
Here’s Melanie’s Facebook page. Give it a like if you’re curious about her and her work.
I’ll try to find out who did that cover. Truth is interviews are a bit hard to arrange on my end these days. I’ll try to get back on track, but things are looking a bit busy lately (in a less good way at the moment).
The July Book Cover of the Month is coming along, and that contest will launch Aug. 1.
I will continue to identify and select covers for each day from Amazon’s New Release section for fantasy and science fiction. If you follow and like my Facebook page, you can see what covers will make the bracket.
Thanks for reading