Compare with the cover that Pierre Raveneau (asahisuperdry on DeviantArt) made for me:
Much cleaner and crisper. It would be great for a PDF or print copy, though perhaps a little too dark for the small, high-contrast images favored nowadays by ebook publishers.
Now, check these out, sent to me by cactuscommando. They are perfect for ebook covers. If I were actually "publishing" the Alexandra Quick books, these would look great online.
Thanks, cactuscommando! When I get around to releasing a new version of the ebooks, I may use these as the ebook thumbnails, with the original cover art as title plates.
Finally, people have been asking me for years to do a sequel to Hogwarts Houses Divided, and I've been saying "Yeah, yeah, someday." Well, don't get your hopes up — "someday" is still lost in the fog of an uncertain future. However, tmonacelli has written his own fanfic of my fanfic, and you can find it here: Teddy Lupin and the Philosopher's Stone. Enjoy!