The American Spellbound will be released on Nov 11th in both paperback and as an e-book.
For now here’s a website with the info, full first chapter and some of my thoughts on the book’s themes. Katya G. Cohen is my penname.
I’m especially fond of the cover that Chicago artist Kevin Loesch has created. It depicts a corrupt superhero (in this case Wonder Woman-like character) playing with dice. Obviously, it’s a metaphor for our corrupt elites who are confused about their place in society.
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That’s your autobiography, isn’t it?
And, excellent choice of the protagonist’s last name. 🙂
Haha! Thank you. Yes, I thought a lot about what to name her.
It’s autobiographic. I wanted to write it as a fiction because I didn’t want to embellish anything.
While nicely drawn, the cover image doesn’t scream “corruption” as the main impression. Perhaps just a little tarnish, but to me it says boredom, confusion, sadness and loss. The “heroine” appears alone with her problems and therefore the cover evokes my sympathy.
After reading the 1st chapter, and insofar as it is autobiographical, perhaps I have the right impression after all…
I’m glad that’s your impression. She does evokes sympathy, despite being corrupt. My character is human first which means she’s both good and bad.
I’d be a little concerned that the image is too recognizably Wonder Woman. I might ask the artist to modify the costume a bit, if I were you. Great image, though.
We thought about it too. It falls under the ‘fair use’ rule.