Found this this morning as I was writing letters. It's pretty cool--the original cover sketch that I did for Dark March: Stories for When the Rest of the World is Asleep. Someone asked me how the covers come to be. I design them--I have a very clear idea of what I want and a very clear idea--I could write an essay on it--of what a cover should do. Someone else executes them, because I don't have that ability. The exception is the 33 1/3 cover, as each book in the series follows the same design--relevant album cover on the cover, consistent layout, but with different colors. I like that mine is pink, though.