Cover Girl Questions

I’m checking in from the road again, this time from Pasadena, CA! I just received the first entry for my She’s Gone Country Cover Girl Contest—check it out here—plus a lot of questions from readers about the contest rules.

Many of you have asked how true to the cover your photos need to be. Answer: as long as the photo features you, a truck, and a copy of She’s Gone Country, you’re all set. Get as creative as you want. No need to find an identically red, beat-up truck, and certainly no need to look just like the Cover Girl (wouldn’t it be nice!). I just want you to have fun and get in the spirit of the book. Cowboy boots are totally optional.

Also, many of you have asked me for a bit of an extension. You are waiting for good weather, still looking for a good truck, or awaiting your book’s arrival from an online bookstore—understood, and I’m excited about the levels of commitment you are showing to the contest! I’m listening and have extended the entry deadline to September 30th, which will hopefully give you plenty of time to GO COUNTRY!

4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the extension. Book is here, boots and jeans ready, truck waiting…I just need to get a camera person…LOL!!!

    I hope you are having a blast on this book tour, Jane.

    Love the pic for the first entry. It’s almost the same as your cover. Very cute.

    Peace and love,
    Paula R.

  2. Just picked up my copy of SGC and am lovin’ it! I was captured on the first page and engrossed for chapters…need to prepare dinner and pour wine…then back to Shey’s adventures.

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