New book cover designed by Amanda Trickey

All images were obtained via standard royalty free license. Image credit © Rob Byron/Dollar Photo Club & © Perseomedusa/Dollar Photo Club where necessary. Cover art design by Amanda Trickey Art.

All images were obtained via standard royalty free license. Image credit © Rob Byron/Dollar Photo Club & © Perseomedusa/Dollar Photo Club where necessary. Cover art design by Amanda Trickey Art.

Sometimes you get really lucky in the friends you make on the interwebs, and this is one of those times.

The super-talented Amanda Trickey has designed a new cover for Justice for all Time and I couldn’t be happier with it. Check it out and give the woman props in the comments and on the twitter (she’s @trickeytricky ).

She’s looking for new clients, so hit her up on twitter if you’ve got book cover requests – she’s fast, really good and super-easy to work with.

Nurse Penny’s Day Dress

A printed muslin day dress, circa 1855, with gathers to pointed V at front waist, tiered skirt, bust approx 76cm, 30in, waist 61cm; together with an American Braided Wire Co bustle with printed eagle trademark 1870s or 80s (2)

Found this dress today on Pinterest and it’s exactly what I am looking for!

This is what Penny wears to her first dinner in the 1850s in Washington.

A take-off from Justice for all Time

Sometimes your fans are really smart, as in the case of C. Hawkins on Amazon:

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Well as you suggest, Captain Harris is going to get his own story, though not exactly in the way you would like – so I hope you still enjoy it when it’s done. My feeling is that Captain Harris is only able to come so far, only able to wrap his very traditional head around SO much before he may actually implode. Therefore I am sending someone his way to distract his recently broken heart and her name is Penny.

The working title is Time has no meaning here, but that may change.

I’m four chapters in and trucking along – stay tuned for more soon!