W.F. James is self-publishing a book with Outskirts Press, and he wants your help deciding his upcoming book cover.
Christmas Eve on the Christmas Unit
HELPING THE HEALING POWER OF CHRISTMAS WORK ITS MAGIC!
This suspenseful, touching, quirky little tale of Christmas is a fast-moving, frequently shocking, account of a children’s crisis hospital on one Christmas Eve. This one night of the year has a mysterious power, from millennia of pre-Christian harvest festivals and ancestor worship, when ghosts walked and admonished us to love our neighbor and give to those who suffer most in a time of plenty. Adopted by Christianity, but celebrated by all, this is a time embraced by family, to feel safe and loved, especially for children and teenagers.
The children’s crisis unit and its staff provide a safety net for abused, neglected, and traumatized children and teens. This little novella is a modern look at these issues, at some children’s harsh reality, directly confronting the age-old question of “ if God is good, why are bad things allowed to happen”, on a night when the whole world seems warm and fuzzy, except for some unlucky children and teens, who need the Children’s Unit and staff, and the healing power of Christmas .
About the Author:
The author has first-hand experience with all of the issues in this unusual little Christmas story, including Constitutional Law and efforts to stem the tide of abuse of children and teenagers. The author has been a therapist for children and adolescents in a crisis hospital setting for many years, spending many Christmas Eves there, treating and supporting children, teens and their families, and helping the healing power of Christmas work its magic.
Please take a look at the two possible covers below and then vote on the choice you recommend.
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6 thoughts on “Author Poll: W.F. James Wants Your Help With Choosing A Cover”
A to me is the clear winner!
Cover A is more dynamic.
Cover A is better. Better to focus on tree than a larger moon.
#1. More simple and book title more prominent than author
I like A