Carole Molchany is self-publishing a book with Outskirts Press, and she wants your help deciding on her book cover.
The Silent Speak Volumes follows one woman as she proves that painfully shy children can become successful, even when raised by an emotionally unstable mother.
In The Silent Speak Volumes, a mother responds to her grown child’s question: “Why don’t we know more about your childhood, Mom?” This sweet yet painfully honest memoir examines one woman’s formative years, in which her mother’s words and actions were not always rooted in loving guidance. Despite her resulting low self-esteem and crippling shyness, the author is able to overcome the emotional manipulation of her past in order to find success and happiness. Her memoir was written for her children, but it’s a story that will resonate with everyone.
About the Author
Carole Molchany was raised by an emotionally unstable parent, but she rose above, thanks to the influences of strong individuals who offered guidance, an ear, an arm around the shoulder, or just a place at their table. Carole is from New Jersey, and currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Please take a look at two possible covers below and then vote on the choice you recommend for Carole.
Click on the thumbnail below to enlarge each cover.
12 thoughts on “Author Poll: Carole Molchany Needs Your Help With Her Book Cover”
thank you so much for writing this book, both are great covers, i voted “A”, and can’t wait to have a copy either way 🙂
Thank you Jenna
Both covers are moving, but had to go with A. the book sounds very intense and passionate !!! Prayers and best wishes, Rebecca
Thank You Rebecca
I love it!
Thank you Chelsey!
Cover B appears to represent a more confident child. So, since the book is about a shy child, I think Cover A is a better representation of that.
Thank You Linda
Bill, thank you.
Cover A, for me, presents the mystical part of silence that can’t be seen containing wisdom, knowledgeable and a peaceful awareness that goes beyond the spoken word.
Additonally, I see the contrast of the overlapping information in our every day lives that often is misunderstood; compared to the peaceful and clear information which comes to us in silence.
Hope this has helped
I have just received my first short story from Outskirtspress. I’m now started on a second book
My best wishes