A to Z Challenge – Letter O

For O – a charmingly round letter – of course there are glowing ORBS floating in the ether.

Do you think this cover is better suited for a fantasy story? Or a science fiction story?

I also want to offer a second cover for this letter, this one the only one in the entire challenge belonging to a real story – my novelette Open, Charlie.

It is a steampunk story and is available on wattpad.

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10 Responses to A to Z Challenge – Letter O

  1. ahtdoucette says:

    I love steampunk! And anything to do with magic orbs. We once went to this haunted house and they said if anything you might see ghost orbs, but we didn’t. It totally piqued my curiosity for what that might mean.

  2. I really like that Open, Charlie cover! And your description of the letter “O” made me smile.

  3. Thank you (so much) for the link to your novelette. Off to explore…

  4. Tarkabarka says:

    Airships, magic, theater and chocolate 😀 What else could one need?

    The Multicolored Diary

  5. Oh, lovely O’s any your’e not the worst of them. Open, Charlie sound like an echo opn open, Sesame to me. I hope to once find it in a paper edition. I’ve never read a steampunk novel – at least not one bearing the name – but I’m sure i’d love it.

  6. I think that cover with the orbs could work for either fantasy or sci-fi. Would depend on the title, I think….

  7. Frédérique says:

    I love the clock! Really nice cover, well done!

  8. jlennidorner says:

    Bubbles! I think fantasy or romance.
    J Lenni Dorner~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

  9. Anne Nydam says:

    I will have to go check out your novelette! Cool!
    Black and White: O for Oz

  10. Ronel Janse van Vuuren says:

    I like the orbs — some kind of speculative fiction story to go with it.

    Ronel visiting for the A-Z Challenge with an A-Z of Faerie: Odin

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