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Thanks to everyone who voted here and on our Facebook pages! You were a great help. We can’t say it enough: We have the best readers EVER!

Kim is working to put the finishing touches to the official Beloved Woman cover. Christy and I are waiting with bated breath–well, okay, not really. We know Kim will get it to us as soon as it’s finished so no worries there. What we are doing is merging all the chapters to one file and then we’ll be editing. Yes, that’s right, Beloved Woman is finished–at least as far as the researching and writing are concerned. Whew! And yes, we did do a few happy dances but right now we’re working on getting all the chapters in the right order which should be finished later today or early tomorrow. And then it’s on to the editing stage. Fingers crossed we’ll make our self-imposed deadline of December 20th!

Thanks again for voting!

 

Here it is, the German cover for Whistling Woman. I guess I should say for Madchen, die pfeifen since that’s the new title. And I just realized I’ve been spelling pfeifen wrong. Oh well…

Christy and I think it’s beautiful. What do you think?

 

One of the stories in Whistling Woman is about Miss Cordy and her pet hen, Elsie. I have no idea when we first heard it from our dad, but it seems like I’ve known it all my life. That story and the woman it’s about just seemed to fit right in with the plot so we had to include it. Not only that, it fit with the picture we decided to use for the cover, a picture painted by our dad, John Tillery, that was inspired by the story he told us as kids.

I’m not going to go into the story here–you’ll have to read the book when it comes out!–but I am going to show you the cover–or the tentative cover. We’ve been working on this for a while and I’m still not sure if we’ve got it right but this is what we have for now. Of course, it could change. Not the picture, but the font (fixed that!) and the way the painting is positioned.

Take a look:

 

And there you have it. What do you think?

Chasing the Brown Mountain Lights

Into the Brown Mountain Lights

Seeking the Brown Mountain Lights

Through the Brown Mountain Lightss

Brown Mountain Lights Book 1

Wise Woman

Appalachian Journey Book 4

Beloved Woman

Appalachian Journey Book 3

Moonfixer

Appalachian Journey Book 2

Whistling Woman

Appalachian Journey Book 1

Madchen, die pfeifen

Whistling Woman (German)

Les deces arrivant toujours par trois

Whistling Woman (French)

Christy Tillery French Cynthia Tillery Hodges