Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art

WPC - Cover Art - UK

One Summer In Montana

After reading several books that coincidentally were all about people living in Montana, with descriptions of the most beautiful landscapes and the mention of ranches and cowboy boots thrown in, this German girl thinks Montana must be really worth seeing. She asks her American friend whether she’s ever been to Montana, and the reaction is something along the lines of “No. Why would I want to go there? What’s there to see in Montana?” So the German friend tells her about those books, and the mention of Montana becomes a running gag between the two. Whenever the German girl meets new Americans, she asks them whether they’ve ever been to Montana but has yet to meet someone who has.
One day she decides to use all her annual leave, pack her favourite green summer dress and her new cowboy boots, and visit Montana for one summer. This book is a journal of her Montana road trip.

WPC - Cover Art - US

Personally, I prefer to submit only 1 picture for a challenge, but I really couldn’t make up my mind; I asked friends for advice but again it was a draw. So just like in the real world, there is now a UK edition and a US edition available of this book 😉  And BTW – this story is true, up to the bit where she actually travels… that’s just wishful thinking on my part.

For more cover art, go here.

PS: If anyone from Monatana happens to read this post, I would love to hear about the beauty of your state! 🙂


4 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art

  1. maamej says:

    Great idea for the challenge. But where’s the other cover? I’ve also been reading about the beauty of Montana in far flung Australia. Though I haven’t seen anything about cow girls.

    • Thank you. Not sure what you mean by where’s the other cover… Do they not show both here for you? They’re visible to me, so maybe you just need to refresh the page?
      And yes, there’s tons of Montana books with cow girls in them 🙂 I was just made aware that the movie A River Runs Through It was made in Montana but that was too long ago for me to remember…

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