Unlike Stephen, I'm not massively keen on the "handwritten" title. Partly this is because it strongly suggests self-published (though I've seen some trad covers that do the same!) and maybe romance, but also it feels a bit at odds with the sumptuous, velvety feel of the image. OTOH it wouldn't actually put me off investigating further.
Yes, I prefer it too.
How did you get the tail of the M to go under the A?
I like the latest version
One observation though. Does your name need to be at the top? Have you tried swapping it with the title to see what it looks like?
This is just a musing based on the thumbnails below Juliana and HareBrain where the title comes first, as it does on some of your other books.
So do I, even though I didn't really like the 2nd of the original covers on which it is based, in particular the colours, which didn't seem to be quite part of the wing, but were also not separate enough, making it confusing.I really like this last one, Em.
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