When my editor asked me if I had any ideas or suggestions for the cover art for my book, all I wanted was to make sure my name was spelled right. It’s not that I’m indifferent, but the publisher has a lot more experience about what kind of covers sell what kind of books. I trusted them to come up with the best cover for the book. And boy did they deliver. Just look at this lovely cover:
The book was originally called Sew Craft: a Sewist’s Book of Shadows, but the publisher changed it to Sew Witchy: Tools, Techniques and Projects for Sewing Magick. And again, I’m cool with the change because if anyone knows what it takes to sell a witchcraft sewing book it would be Llewellyn.
I am ridiculously excited to hold the final book in my hands. It has been a wild ride from the first query to this point. I’m sure there’s going to be more to announce over the coming months until it is released. And before the year is out I get to say that I’ve got a book published.
I’m working on a novel right now, and Hestia has inspired an idea for another pagan witchcraft book. I’ll have enough to keep me busy in the next few months while I wait for the release of Sew Witchy. It’s going to be an amazing year, is what I’m saying.