Yesterday, Sarah and I saw our completed Innocents cover for the first time. We couldn't help but feel both incredibly grateful and overwhelmingly nostalgic. "Dusty" is something we've been working on for years, and for those of you who have been with us for the entire ride--when we were still working a timeline and posting pictures on Tumblr. Or when we decided over Twitter that we would call ourselves "YellowBella"--you know we've been though a lot of ups and plenty of downs.
*cough* Shey Stahl *cough*

But to see an actual cover ... to know that in a few months our readers will be able to hold a tangible copy in their hands ... is a dream come true. 

I know you all want to see it, and you will. Soon. 
Until then, I can give you a little information on our cover designer. 

Ari surpassed our expectations and delivered the most beautiful book cover I've ever seen. (Yes, my opinion is biased, but whatever. It's true.) She was patient, kind, and prompt. She understood that Sarah and I are first time publishers, so we were (are) nervous and unsure. Ari walked us through the entire process and was (is) available when we had (still have) even the dumbest questions or concerns. 

If you're looking for someone to put a cover on your book, I most definitely recommend using Ari at Cover It! Designs. I can't imagine not using her.  

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  1. So exciting!! I can't wait to own this book. Question, obviously there will be some difference from fanfic to published book, but how much will be changed? Loved it so much.

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