This contest will go on for three weeks, and then I’ll name a winner.
There won’t be a 2022 competition. I think my channel needs a bit more time to really make all the effort and stuff worth it. I may revisit the idea if my channel gets more traction, but this is it for the next year at least. The channel will go in a different direction. Once I have a sense of what sort of content viewers are looking for, I’ll build from there.
I wanted to keep this particular post going as the Book Cover of the Month contests are frankly less successful than I had hoped. I’m too afraid to take a break with this at the expense of failing to give it my all.
With that said, we do indeed have a winner for November. We also have a winner for Week 2 of December. So let’s announce the winners.
The 2021 M.L.S. Weech November Book Cover of the Month is …
Genesis Draconis by Kevin McLaughlin and Michael Anderleis such a dynamic cover with so much energy and great color and texture. It’s a worthy entry into the November contest. ! This really was a dynamic image with great texture. Congratulations to the artist and the authors. Good luck in the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Year poll.
This means we only need four more covers to get the Book Cover of the Year poll going, and we’re already halfway through December.
The Week 2 winner of the 2021 M.L.S. Weech December Book Cover of the Month is …
Infinite by Duncan Ralston was a great example of balance and reflection (if with a twist). It’s a beautiful cover and a fitting entrant into December’s contest. It joins School for Spirits in the poll, and you can vote for your favorite cover in Week 3’s poll right here.