Jaye Wells

Silver-Tongued Devil Cover Tease

Happy Monday! The weekend in Austin was a blast. Mr. Jaye and I spent a lot of time driving around checking out the city. If you’ve never been, Austin is a really cool town. Full of eclectic funkiness, awesome food and a generally laid back vibe.

I figured if anyone else is having as much trouble getting their heads into work on this Monday as me, you’d appreciate a bit of a diversion. The awesome peeps at Orbit recently held a photo shoot for the cover of Silver-Tongued Devil. Check out  Orbit junior designer Wendy Chan’s write up of the shoot here. For those wondering why they’re already working on this when the book doesn’t come out for a year, the cover has to be ready well in advance of the book’s release for all the marketing materials. It’s always a little nerve wracking for me to see marketing materials for a book I haven’t finished, but Orbit hasn’t done me wrong yet so I’m excited to see what they come up with for this cover.

Since this is a short week, I’m hitting the keyboard like a woman obsessed today. A couple of days away led to a bunch of new ideas for this book, so I need to tweak what I have so far to reflect the changes. Sometimes writing a book feels like a game of two steps forward, five steps back. But I’ve done this enough times so far to understand it’s just part of the process. Or at least that’s what I tell myself when I look at the calendar and the panic rises.

5 Thoughts on “Silver-Tongued Devil Cover Tease

  1. That’s awesome, Jaye! I wondered how they made your covers look so cool. I learned so much about the book business from you this weekend. Best wishes for continued success. I am so proud of you!

  2. Emily Pencis on November 27, 2010 at 3:17 pm said:

    Wait! You were in Austin I live there! I love it so spunky and different…. Ah, it reminds me of me. I’m sad you didn’t do any signings or anything though… If you did I’m sad to have missed them. By the way, I’m doing a roleplay on Goodreads… is it possible for humans to be turned into vampires in your books?

  3. JayeWells on November 29, 2010 at 9:17 am said:

    Beth, it was great hanging out with you guys! We need to do it more often.

    Emily, I was only in town for 48 hours and most of that was scheduled. I’ll try to come down after Green-Eyed Demon releases. As for your question: No, it is not possible for humans to become vampires. In my world, vampires are born, not made. Hope that helps!

  4. Sophie Cashion on December 5, 2010 at 4:07 am said:

    I would just like to say even though I live in australia (slowest country ever to have books released) I cannot wait for Green-Eyed demon to come out over here, I am telling you now I’m counting down.

  5. Sophie Frederiksen on November 14, 2011 at 10:53 am said:

    I can’t wait for the this book to come out! I live in Denmark, and the libraries have only just started ordering English books, so it takes forever to get the next book in a series. It’s frustrating, but your books are totally worth the wait!

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