So far, I’ve felt incredibly lucky in how the cover art for my novels have turned out. I’ve always had a pretty specific vision for the Cleaners books, and my cover artist, Jeff Herndon, has delivered some spectacular results with each one.
Now, I’m excited to announce that the cover for Cleaners #3: The Dustpan Cometh, is part of the AllAuthor.com June Cover of the Month Contest. There’s over 100 book covers in the running right now, and you can browse through all of them here. Each week, the votes will determine who advances to the next round. Please spare a few seconds to zip over and support The Dustpan Cometh with your vote! I’d love to see this fantastic art get the attention it deserves.
Oh, and if you’re interested in what The Dustpan Cometh is actually about, here’s a quick synopsis:
It’s back to school for Dani, whose new work-study position
as a—what else?—janitor at her college provides the perfect front for her job with the Cleaners, the supernatural sanitation company keeping reality tidy and safe. The toughest part? Accepting that the forces of Corruption aren’t behind every squicky mess. Sometimes frat boy vomit is just frat boy vomit.
Then a real problem appears: Sydney, the entropy-wielding Scum whose touch turns anything to dust. He reminds her of the deal she made so he’d spare a child’s life, and it’s time to uphold her side of the bargain—by going on a date with him.
Back at Cleaners HQ, Ben is determined to restore his powers and has been submitting increasingly absurd ideas for doing so to the Employee Suggestion box. When a concept is unexpectedly approved, he becomes a target for his coworkers, who are all-too-eager to test the limits of his latest “theory.“
In the midst of the pair’s respective dilemmas, a strange form of Corruption strikes in the heart of Denver, transforming swaths of neighborhood parks into lifeless desert.
Scrambling to contain the disaster, the Cleaners pinpoint Sydney as the source and prepare to put him down at all costs. But after Dani encounters another potential culprit, she finds herself inexplicably defending her would-be beau. Even as her loyalties are questioned, she must still face her greatest challenge ever…
Wearing a dress in public.