Let There Be Dragonflies!

Yes, indeed!

This week (among other things!) I’ve been working with Carol Coogan, my illustrious and very talented book designer, on the interior layout for the 9/22/20 release of my women’s novel, Dragonflies at Night.

Below you will see some screenshots of a few of the layout pages.  Notice that I had Carol insert some little dragonfly icons in different places!

We don’t want to forget the important message of Dragonfly that is woven throughout Ben and Savannah’s love story:

In almost every part of the world, the
Dragonfly symbolizes change, transformation,
adaptability, and self-realization.
The change that is often referred to has
its source in mental and emotional maturity,
and understanding the deeper meaning of life.
The eyes of the Dragonfly symbolize
the uninhibited vision of the mind and the ability to
see beyond the limitations of the human self.
Dragonfly has been a symbol of happiness,
new beginnings and change for many centuries.

And here’s some other good news that happened this week… the e-book version of Dragonflies at Night: More Than a Love Story, is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com. This means that you can pay 3.99 for the Kindle version now and it will show up automatically on your Kindle on 9/22.

The paperback version will be available for your bookshelf on 9/22/20.

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