Relationships anthology cover update – any of these ideas grab you?

Do any of these images catch your eye? (Click the individual image to enlarge it.)

What about some of these mock-up covers? (Click the individual image to enlarge it.)

And what about that as a possible title?

“Hidden Gems” kinda indicates there’s something in there you’ll like, while still being obtuse about the nature of the stories – so the blurb will explain what they’re about.


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39 thoughts on “Relationships anthology cover update – any of these ideas grab you?

    1. What about the title? Does Hidden gems do anything for you – or does the title of the anthology like this even matter?

      Like, I can see doing a scary anthology again and having it be The Box Under the Bed 2, but for this one I’m wondering if vague is better.

                1. I agree.

                  We have to be sure the cover doesn’t look like some kind of financial advice book, too. The metallic gold letters might do that, but if it’s under the category of anthologies, probably not.

  1. I just read an interesting post by a guest writer on Ryan Lanz’ blog, A Writer’s Path. The photo that accompanied the article might be the one, or in the genre of, what you are looking for. Good luck with your search, Dan.

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