We’re officially halfway through the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Year! That means we get to start the September poll and start collecting covers for October.
Let’s start by announcing the final winning cover for the month of October which is …
Falling by T.J. Newman had such a clever combination of color and pattern. Even against fantasy covers, this book stood out. Falling joins The Desert Prince, The Maleficent Seven, and War Priest to round out the 2021 M.L.S. Weech September Book Cover of the Month. You can choose the winner by heading here and voting.
Meanwhile, the October competitions have begun, and you can vote for Week One’s winner right here.
I’d appreciate it if you stopped by my YouTube channel and gave it a like and subscribe. I’m hoping to drum up intrest in the book cover competition, and you can help by spreading the word.
Before we talk about September, please know that the voting for the 2021 M.L.S. Weech August Book Cover of the Month is still live. As I type this, we have a tie, so your vote really matters. Please take a moment to vote.
With that said, we’re already working our way through September. We have a new winning cover to announce and seven new covers to choose from.
The winner for September Week 1 is …
The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett was not actually my favorite in the last seven, but Brett is a wonderful author, so I’m glad this got the victory. The framing is solid, and the art style is unique, so those are points in the column, too. Prince is the first book to make it to the September poll.
You can vote for Week 2’s cover right here.
I’d appreciate it if you took a moment to visit my YouTube channel and give it a like and a follow. It’s a way to support me and watch me talk about these covers for a few minutes.
I hope you’ll take a few moments to vote using the link above for the August winner, but I also want you all to know that September is off and running. We have seven new covers for you to look at and vote for using this link right here.
As always, I’d appreciate it if you all took a moment to pop on over to my YouTube channel where I actually look at all seven book covers and talk about why I like them and how they might be even better. This is just another (free) way to support me and my work, so please consider watching.