Cover Reveal: Other Systems!

First of all, I would like to thank everyone who supported Other Systems. Thank you to any readers and the reviewers who have mentioned the book in the past year. As for the cover specifically, everyone who commented on Facebook and Twitter really helped with the direction/colors of the new cover. Just this idea alone had sixteen versions all with minor changes, so people’s immediate reaction about a cover idea is very useful.

A special thanks to Juanita Samborski at 48Fourteen, Cassy Vaughn and my mother, Sheila Guizzetti who looked over each draft.

Drumroll please….

Here is the new cover for Other Systems. This will be both for the e-book and the print book. Check it out!

Other Systems Cover

Would you go to a planet that has never known war, hunger, or even a single murder?

Without an influx of human DNA, the utopian colony on Kipos has eleven generations before it reaches failure. Earth is over ninety light-years away. Time is short.
On the over-crowded Earth, many see opportunity in Kipos’s need. After medical, intelligence, and physiological testing, Abby and her younger siblings, Jin and Orchid, are offered transportation. Along with 750,000 other strong young immigrants, they leave the safety of their family with the expectation of good jobs and the opportunity for higher education.
While these second-generation colonists travel to the new planet in stasis, the Kiposi, terrified that Earthlings will taint their paradise, pass a series of indenture and adoption laws in order to assimilate the savages.
When Abby wakes up on Kipos, Jin cannot be found. Orchid is ripped from her arms as Abby is sold to a dull-eyed man with a sterilized wife. Indentured to breed, she is drugged and systematically coerced. To survive, Abby learns the differences in culture and language using the only thing that is truly hers on this new world: her analytical mind. Haunted by the agony of her loss, but determined to make a better life for herself, she joins a planetary survey team where she will discover yet another way of life.

There is going to be a SALE from Friday to Sunday. Over the weekend, Other Systems will only be .99 cents for the E-book! If you are considering reading it, nows the time!

12 responses to this post.

  1. That is a truly beautiful cover. Did you make it yourself, out of interest?

    I’ll be picking this up during the sale: that blurb has me intrigued.


  2. That’s fantastic, Elizabeth. I really did love this cover. Will the paperback be available over here in the UK?


  3. Wow, that’s beautiful. I love covers like this! Always grab my attention 🙂 fantastic job


  4. Beautiful and quite eye catching. This should garner some attention!


  5. It looks great! Congratulations 🙂


  6. […] been looking forward to reading this one for a while, partly because of the gorgeous cover art (see here) and partly because the blurb, displayed below, sounds utterly fascinating.  It’s a big book […]


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