Not For Sale Cover Change
With 9,985 words written, Not For Sale still has a way to go to be finished. On September 1, I posted a working cover for the book.
The more I looked at the cover, the less I liked it. So, I went back to the drawing board, so to speak.
After playing with the ideas in my head for several hours, I finally came up with the concept I wanted. It took a while to find the stock photo of the right model, but when it finally came together, I liked it.
I hope you like it, too.
The Blurb hasn't Changed:
Near the small town his brother Grant has moved to, Kiel Helms finds what he thinks is the perfect investment.
To fulfill his plans, he'll have to purchase a farm that became a lakeside property after the state and county built a manmade lake.
But Berni Schumaker, the young widowed single mother who lives on the farm with her disabled father, refuses to consider selling the property that has been in her family for more than fifty years.
The bank wants out from under the mortgage.
Kiel wants to buy it.
Berni just wants him to go away, so she can focus on the small business she's trying to start and earn enough to get the bank off her back.
Will Kiel be able to change Berni's mind?
Or will the feisty single mom put a stop to the billionaire's plans?
This story is fun to write. I'm hoping for an October publishing date.
Take care and stay well.