It was the right decision. A decision that, in hindsight, should have been made earlier but you live and learn, and I’d like to go on record and thank my publishers for the work they did in the short partnership I had with them. But it soon came down to one thing: The cover. That’s the main reason things haven’t worked out
An agreement couldn’t be reached. Creative differences were apparent from the get-go. The original cover, while nice, wasn’t what I intended it to be, and as a result, I have decided to go solo and commission a new cover which I will reveal to you lovely people next week! I think it looks absolutely fantastic and captures Sean and Sophia’s relationship in a way no other jacket could. It IS Seven Days with You, and I couldn’t be happier with it.
This now means the book will be offline for at least 6 or 7 days. In actuality, it will probably take a little longer as I will need to set up my own self-publishing account, change the cover on Goodreads and hire an editor to give it another proofread to be on the safe side. So until then, you won’t be hearing much from me other than the odd tweet, while my current blog tour with Goddess Fish Promotions has been put back a couple of weeks and will continue in late July. As always, I will post any interviews on my Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Most importantly, I want to end this post by thanking all my readers for spreading the word about Seven Days with You. I noticed I was the #38 most followed British author on Goodreads last week and that meant a lot to me. Yet more is to come, and I can’t wait to reboot Seven Days with You by giving it the cover it deserves.