Love Remembered has been one of my more sluggish sellers, selling about fifty copies a month (In the Mood typically sells around three hundred per month). When a book doesn't do well, it's a good idea to play around with its selling points. It could just be that people don't like the sample, or that readers don't think of me as a historical writer. But it could also be that the cover isn't grabbing people. I never liked my self-designed LR cover all that much, so when I saw a really nice premade one on Hot Damn Designs, I decided to buy it. Here it is, by Kim of Hot Damn Designs:
This looks a lot more professional than my old cover. There's no guarantee that it'll sell more copies, of course, but there's something to be said for presenting a more professional face to the world in any event. If this does well, I may think about upgrading my other covers, too.