I have been updating book covers over the past year. Sometimes you just get it wrong the first time … or the second time. The good thing about being an independent publisher is that I can fix that with the help of my designer. Things we thought were great concepts turned out not to translate well. One of those things was the original cover for my omnibus edition, Seen Through the Phantom’s Eyes. I have to thank my eBook publisher, Mark Coker of Smashwords, for his honest criticism: “It looks like the cover for a 1943 John Deere manual.” It took a while to figure out where to go from there, which turned out to be good — because it resulted in what you now see. New cover will be going live some time this week.