Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Trouble in paradise?

In surveying Steeple Hill's website (Harlequin's Christian fiction imprint) for relevant books for my current chapter-in-progress, I noticed that one book cover image looked remarkably like something I saw in a women's magazine at home earlier today.

The 1st image isn't for a historical novel, though it looks it, and the author has written other titles in the genre. The 2nd image was taken from an ad for a prescription medication used to treat bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Different skirt, slightly different pose. Same photo shoot, and the remaining differences due to Photoshop?


5 comments:

  1. That is absolutely hysterical. Thanks for pointing that out Sarah.

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  2. Sarah:

    I'm just stopping by to say hello. I found your blog via Tanzanite's Shelf and Stuff and have been enjoying it. If it's OK, I will post a link to you on my reading blog (which I've just started, so there's not much there yet).

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  3. Hi Felicia,

    Sure, that's perfectly fine! I'll link to your blog as well - I love the TBR photos. There are a bunch of books there that I don't have (yet) and it's making me want to buy them.

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  4. Eek, Sarah, I didn't even think about telling you that I have linked to you. But I have. I also hope that is okay.
    I'm really enjoying your blog. I was having such a hard time finding active sites that discuss historical fiction, but your links (and the links they link) are priceless. And I just finished reading the last of your archives today.

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  5. Hi Lucy, thanks for linking me, and no need to ask first. Thanks for your comments too - really nice to hear! I've just added a link to your site as well.

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