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Cover Art Opinions Wanted

Almost there!

I am very close to uploading my story to Amazon for Kindle download. I put together samples of a temporary cover - One to be seen on Amazon until the book gets printed in hard copy.  What speaks to you? I created these, so I can always alter, add or delete. Please feel free to comment. Suggestions welcomed!


And because I can't resist, here's another brief excerpt from the story:


“Marie’s a busy body. Likes to hear herself talk.” Toby said the words without anger, despite the dig at Marie.
“Seems she also likes you.” I tried to lighten the mood. “Said you were easy on the eyes.”
“Hey, we need the help, so I do what I can to keep those women coming back. I’m always polite, but I got them figured out,” Toby said, with an air of knowing. “Mrs. D and the rest of those church ladies are all about the eye-candy. Every so often, I walk around without my shirt on.”
About to pick up a shovel, I burst out laughing.
“You are a real piece of work.”
He grinned and said, “Thanks.”
I had a feeling Toby would keep me amused all week. 


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