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Thursday, June 7, 2018

"Dancing and Doughnuts" - by Rachel Kovaciny: COVER REVEAL!!!

Hello, all!

Rachel Kovaciny (aka Hamlette) has revealed the cover for her newest novel, Dancing and Doughnuts! I couldn't participate on the day that she did it, but I still want to show the awesome cover to all of you!

You can find Rachel at her:
Author blog
Main blog
Book blog 
Facebook author page

Rachel is already the author of:
The Man on the Buckskin Horse, part of the Five Magic Spindles collection,
Cloaked, book one in her Once Upon a Western series.
No Match For a Good Story, a short story in her Once Upon a Western series.

Are you ready for it?









Here it is, folks!
A little bit about it:

Someone's been spiking the apple cider at a Kansas dance hall owned by a family with twelve daughters.  No one in the small town has been able to find the culprit.  A hungry Civil War veteran drifts into town and decides he's going to solve this mystery for them and earn the reward the family is offering.  It's her version of "The Twelve Dancing Princesses," which is probably her favorite fairy tale.

The artist, Erika Ohlendorf, who did the covers for Cloaked and No Match For a Good Story, did this one as well! And, if I do say so myself, she did a fabulous job!!

Make sure to go check out Rachel's blog, and tell her how awesome this cover is!!!!



  1. Thanks for this shout-out, MC! I was on vacation at the time and didn't get to see it until now -- that's why I'm late commenting :-) I'm glad you like it!

    1. Sure thing, I am so excitied that I got to show it off for you! :) I'm sorry that I was late on the reveal, and on replying to this comment!


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