Thanks all for the feedback. I am sure you all know that covers can be pain to get right and of course expensive.Miss_Fletcher said:Your other three covers are excellent. They stand out, begged to be clicked on. This one is good, but generic, and might fade into the crowd even though it's branded. If it's for a short story/novelette and you know readers of your previous work will buy it regardless of cover, I'd say it's suitable. If it's a longer length novel, I'd advise you to pay the $500.
Or maybe find a middle ground? Ask if your cover artist (for a reasonable fee) will let you use the art from the previous books, but use a close up of a specific aspect of one of the pictures. The kneeling woman and the light burst over the city for example.
Thanks Wayne! The artist originally charged a fair price but not has more than TRIPLED his fees so safe to say I am exploring other optionsWayne Stinnett said:A better question: Why on Earth would you spend money on the others, when you can do just as well or better on your own?
This new cover rocks!