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The Cold War Adventure’s of Revv

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The Cold War Adventure’s of Revv

“Adventure’s.”

“ADVENTURE’S.”

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  1. This is The Cold War Adventure’s story… of Revv or Rew or whatever the dude’s name was supposed to be.

  2. Day 1. Sat in front of con’sole staring at red button’s for 8 hr’s. Red phone did not ring.

    Day 2. Sat in front of con’sole staring at red button’s for 8 hr’s. Red phone did not ring. Tuna sandwich for lunch.

    Day 3. Sat in front of con’sole staring at red button’s for 8 hr’s. Red phone rang. Alek’si’s Red Carpet Cleaning. “No red carpet’s, Alek’si.” Tuna sandwich for lunch.

    Day 4. Sat in front of con’sole staring at red button’s for 8 hr’s. Red phone rang. Alek’si’s Red Pe’st Control. “No red pe’st’s, Alek’si.” No lunch. Glowing green pe’st’s ate it.

    Day 5. Sat in front of con’sole staring at red button’s for 4 hr’s. Red phone rang. Alek’si’s Red Spot Catering. Mmm, Atomic Chicken, chomp. Lost lunch on red button’s, boom, oop’s. TGIF.

    1. Glad someone got a chuckle out of that.

      That one typo I didn’t make will haunt me for a long time.

  3. “… And this is when I tried to hitchike down the M1 to my next adventure’s. ah, good times…”

    Cheers Revv!

  4. Gentlemen,
    Thank you for the constructive criticism of my book cover. I have removed the offending apostrophe and hope to double my sales. To date I have sold almost 1,400 downloads.
    My next book is about Revv’s Eurorailing Adventures. Any ideas for a title?

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