My Unfair Godmother–weigh in on the cover

As my entripid followers know, one of the books I’ve been working on recently is the sequel to My Fair Godmother. I thought I’d unveil the cover. (Release date: JanuFebuaryish 2011)

Cool, huh? It was so considerate of Istock.com to shoot three different pictures of the same girl as a fairy so I could have some consistancy on my covers. (Sort of makes me feel like I have to write a third one, just so I can use that third picture.) I’m just hoping that the covers aren’t so similar that people think it’s the same book. (As in, oh, I already read that one. No need to buy it.)

The odd thing is that they sent me the cover on the 13th and I just signed the contract for the book today. When I saw the golden apple on the cover I thought, “Hmmm, People will wonder why that’s there.” So I had to go write a golden apple into the story. Hey, whatever works.

My Fair Godmother Trailer

I admit right off that I didn’t make this trailer–but I think it’s absolutely darling, and Andie, the rent-a-teenager I used to make the it, did such a good job of finding the PERFECT upbeat, fun, teen song to go along with the pictures. I’d never heard of the band BackDrop, but now I love them, and I’m not just saying that because they agreed to let me use their song.

So in honor of the trailer, I’m going to give away a copy of My Fair Godmother. Just leave a comment telling me something about . . .um . . . your favorite slide in the trailer so I know you actually watched it.

Oh, and because I couldn’t figure out how to make the video very big on my blog, if you want to see it full screen you can go to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up1jF8caRv4

If I can figure out how to pay for them, I’ll also give away some downloads of the song: I Wish You Were Mine. (I need to ask BackDrop about that.) So if you love the song like I do, mention that in your comment too.

If you want to learn more about the band you can check them out at

http://www.facebook.com/pages/BackDrop/6179257181?v=wall

and check out some more of their songs. I also really like Sitting Lonely. (The song, I mean, not the activity.)