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The Last Miscorrection Trilogy Story

I've refrained from talking about what I have been writing for a while now. In July, I posted about my beginning the last book in the Miscorrection trilogy. At the time, I planned to allow the public to watch as I wrote portions of the story. After the first week, I stopped.


Part of this was because my writing became sporadic. And the other because I had a few idiots view the Google Doc as I wrote it. They spammed the chat session with vulgar stuff while I typed. So, rather than do that, I left what I wrote in the beginning up for others to read. It's not final, but it should give you a taste of what to expect.


It's about time I reveal the name of the final book. Following the same format as Miscorrection: Preludes and Miscorrection: Dimensions, this one is entitled Miscorrection: Times.


The title was the easy part. But the cover is another issue. That's why I'm looking for some help from the inhabitants of planet earth. Below are thumbnails for each cover. The images used in them are at a low-resolution, but you should get the idea. Take a look at each, and vote for which one you like the best. If you want, you can comment on why you like the one you chose.


To help with your decision, here are the covers for the other two books:


 



 

And now, here are the current drafts of the covers. Which one do you prefer? Vote in the poll below!




[caption id="attachment_2728" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Cover #1[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_2729" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Cover #2[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_2727" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Cover #3[/caption]

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Comments

  1. I like Covers 2 and 3, but voted for 3. The first gives me a headache; too busy.

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  2. I really like the graphic in #1, but you're correct on the busy look. I also like #3 the best.

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  3. I think the problem with #1 is there's no focal point.

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