Dying Is My Business Cover Art Discussion

Over at the nifty website All Things Urban Fantasy (your one-stop shop for everything UF, Paranormal, and Speculative!), the editors share their thoughts on the newly revealed Dying Is My Business cover art in their latest “Cover Art Coverage” column.

Their opinions are generally favorable, though one editor, Abigail, finds it a little too similar to the cover art style of another series. However, she does think “the dragons are awesome.” Which is great to hear. Except, well…those ain’t dragons.

It’s an understandable mistake, given how these creatures look from a distance. And there actually is a dragon in the novel, but he doesn’t fly. He lives in the sewers under Manhattan and tends to stay there.

So, what do you think of the cover art? Do you agree with the editors of All Things Urban Fantasy?

2 responses to “Dying Is My Business Cover Art Discussion”

  1. Abigail says:

    Gargoyles? Wyverns? Am I close?

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