Trying to decide on a cover for my new book. Which do you like best?
I am flattered to have been recently recognized on Opus Book Review’s Facebook page.
We are such a fan of author L.M. Nelson and her book series titled “Scrubs”. Thought we might share the outstanding cover art of her 4th book in the series, Center Stage, because it is outstanding, right? We are also very excited to hear about a new project she is working on and look forward to sharing it with you!
As a matter of fact, why not share ALL of the fantastic new cover art for all of the books in author L.M. Nelson’s Scrubs series? We love her and think you will, too. Take a little time to get to know a little bit more about her and her work by checking out her website, https://lmnelsonscorner.wordpress.com/. The second book in the Scrubs series, Sand & Sutures and the one that I have had the great opportunity to read and review, was recently voted 2017 Texas Authors Best Medical Fiction book of the year and well deserved! If you have a few minutes, take a look at our review of Sand & Sutures on our website, https://opusbookreview.wixsite.com/opus. We are looking forward to reading and reviewing all the books in L.M. Nelson’s book series, Scrubs! Opus has also added a new Featured Indie Author series and L.M. Nelson has so graciously agreed to be our first Indie Author feature, so please keep a look out for that as well. I hope everyone is having a GREAT Saturday!
Here it is. The long awaited cover reveal for Center Stage, the fourth and final book in the Scrubs series.
Here’s an overview:
New York City—a thriving metropolis full of dreams. The bright lights of Times Square, the billboard posters promoting the latest musicals, and the theatre marquees up and down Broadway attract millions of theatre lovers every year. Lauren Hanson was no exception.
Prior to moving to New York, Lauren made every effort to make her dream of performing on Broadway a reality. She enrolled in dance classes, took voice lessons, and participated in various acting workshops. Now in her first year at the Juilliard School, she seeks to improve her craft and work her way into the professional world of musical theatre. A Broadway performer named Roger Zellers steers her in the right direction. His assistance becomes tainted, however, when a blast from his past tries to sabotage Lauren’s career. Harassment, lies, and openly violent threats make Lauren question Roger’s intentions.
While Lauren pursues the glamor of the Great White Way, Lauren’s twin sister tries to establish herself as a reputable choreographer. Having connections with Roger comes in handy when he asks her for a special favor. Through Roger, she meets other professionals, gains a new following, and finds potential love. But will her fairytale come true, or will her plans crumble to pieces in the hustle and bustle of New York City?
I am currently in the process of reformatting the interior of my books and revamping my book covers to make them look more like a series. Not only that, I’m also about to ditch my publisher and go solo, so I wanted a fresh start with a new designer. Love the direction we are going.