We're digging into summer, and the final book of the Rayne trilogy is nearing the end of the editing stage. When I first starting writing about Rayne, something like 3 1/2 years ago, I had no idea how her story would end. When I started writing book 2, the trilogy began to feel more like one long story to me, broken into three parts, instead of three separate books. Now that book 3 is basically finished, part of me wishes I could go back in time and call myself writing an 1100+ page door-stopper of a book. But then again, I tend to think it's too long for the genre - for most genres, in fact.
Enter the omnibus.
When book 3 is ready to publish, I'll also be publishing an omnibus edition. This way, I get to present it the way I want, while keeping the concept of a trilogy at the forefront.
And what's an omnibus edition without a cover? So here it is, still in the tweaking stages, but this is basically it. Share your thoughts. I'd love to hear what you think!