A Devil’s Gospel: Cover reveal (throwback)

Earlier this week I revealed the ebook and paperback covers for A Devil’s Gospel.

Years ago, when the manuscript was ready for my wife to edit, I decided that instead of just printing it out, I would print and bind a nice book-like copy for her (this was a while back, before I’d discovered print-on-demand). I quickly made the following cover for her hand-bound copy:

Old cover for A Devil's Gospel

The image on the front cover is of what’s commonly referred to as the Trinity icon, by the Russian painter Andrei Rublev. Its significance will be the subject of a future blog post in this series (as will the story of why it took so long for me to get A Devil’s Gospel into print).

Stay tuned for that; in the meantime, check back next week for the full text of Chapter 1 of the novel, starting with the first part on Monday.

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Karl El-Koura was born in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and currently lives with his beautiful editor-wife in Canada’s capital city. More than sixty of his short stories and articles have been published in magazines since 1998, and in 2012 he independently published his debut novel Father John VS the Zombies.

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2 comments on “A Devil’s Gospel: Cover reveal (throwback)
  1. Joni says:

    Looking forward to it!

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