Anyway, I have an important question for all you readers today, below, the Friday Feast. Please let me know your thoughts!!
Appetizer : Name a sound you like to hear.
Birds in the early morning. Hubby can't stand it, says it wakes him out of a deep sleep, but I like the fact that it's finally spring/summer. Also, the peeper frogs at night. We just opened our pool yesterday, and they were thrilled: a frog symphony all night long!
Soup : What is your favorite kind of cheese?
Either brie or really good, fresh mozzerella.
Salad: Do you sleep late on Saturday mornings? Why or why not?
Well, late is anything past my normal, teacher-day wakeup of 5:30, so yes, I usually sleep in a couple of hours past that on the weekends just because I need to!
Main Course: When was the last time you forgot something? What was it, and how long did it take to remember it?
Umm...I often forget my cell phone in the morning when I'm leaving for work. On a good day, I'll remember it before I get down the driveway. On a bad day...well, what's so important about me that people have to call me out on the road, anyway?
Dessert: Fill in the blank: I notice ____________ when _____________.
I notice I am happiest with myself and other people when I've had enough sleep and get to exercise on a regular basis.
And the very important question for today is,
What do you like to see on book covers?
The reason I'm asking is because I'm in the process of choosing/finalizing a cover for my first novel, One Night in Boston, that's being published by Samhain, and I'm stuck between 2 great ones that my cover artist came up with. One has a character on the front, my heroine, and the other doesn't.
So do you like it when characters' faces/bodies are on the front cover, or does that spoil the effect of creating them in your mind as you read? Would you rather have a more generic landscape scene or artistic design? Or doesn't it matter to you at all?
Thanks, and have a great holiday weekend!!