This is not a surprise. I knew this was coming and have been thinking about it ever since I got the acceptance. But I've got no ideas with this one. With Akashan'te, I knew exactly what I wanted - and the brilliant artist did it. Prime Time was a little harder, but again, the artist took my ideas and came through.
This one, I have no idea. None. Oh, I can come up with a couple of possibilities, but they don't wow me like Akashan'te did. There is usually a scene in a book that sticks with you - that you know is the right one to portray the book. And there are a couple of scenes like that in this book, but they would require the hero and heroine to be in space suits, and that's generally not a good idea.
So today I have to work on some ideas for the cover. We'll see what my lagging imagination can come up with.
Last night - progress on the edit of the time travel. Fifty pages done over the last two days.
Birthdays: Anna Barbauld, Charles W. Chesnutt, Lillian Hellman, Vikram Seth
Tips and Teasers: Write a scene for a murder mystery using strictly one syllable words and short choppy sentences.
Thought for the day: "For an author to write as he speaks is just as reprehensible as the opposite fault, to speak as he writes; for this gives a pedantic effect to what he says, and at the same time makes him hardly intelligible." - Arthur Schopenhauer