Look at the book covers to your right. As you no doubt notice, most of them are drawings of either a spanking in progress or one that is imminent. I'm indebted to Paula Lynn Russell for her kind permission to use her drawings. But one thing I wonder is whether as book covers they are a good idea. They say that your cover should be a grabber because people browsing for books amid hundreds of offerings need to see something that stands out and demands attention. Well, Paula's drawings do that, but the flip side is--do you want this drawing on your kindle where it might be inadvertently viewed by junior or sis? Or how about that guy right next to you in seat 23B? (Or maybe you'd LIKE for the guy in 23B to notice!)
So here is a question--should I tone down my covers? I deliberately chose the cover for THE FRIDAY NIGHT BRIDGE CLUB because it was more "sedate" than say, THE PURITAN MUSEUM. So far FNBC is doing well, but that may be because by now my author name is more well known than when I started 6 months ago. Or it may be something else. I don't know, which is why I'm asking you to comment on my choice of covers and provide me with some feedback.