The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes is back again, this time as a mass market (small-sized) paperback. Her cover is nearly identical to the trade paperback cover, which I’ve always loved. I’m so happy she’ll (yes, I think of this book as a ‘she’ instead of an ‘it’) have a chance to reach those readers who love the smaller books.
I thought I’d show you a few of the faces CeeCee’s had in the last few of years. The new paperback is in the center. Starting in the upper right hand corner and going clockwise: the North American trade paperback, the Australian version (A Beautiful Lie), the German version, the Finnish version, the French version, The Norwegian hardcover, the Norwegian paperback, the United Kingdom version (The Lost Daughter), and CeeCee’s first incarnation: the North American hardcover.
Meanwhile. . . I’m a little more than a week away from my deadline on The Midwife’s Confession and right now it’s impossible to imagine this book finished with any cover, much less all of these! So I’d better get back to work.