Help me pick a new Authors in Space logo & enter to win an autographed #SFR

I need your opinion!

Authors in Space is a weekly blog feature in which science fiction romance authors show off their offices. I want to change the logo for the feature. Give me your feedback on the new logo options, and you’ll be entered into a drawing for free autographed paperback of Claimed by the Cyborg.

This is the old logo:

Here are the new options. Which one is the most interesting/attention-getting? Which one would makes you the most curious about the feature?

Option 1, laptop with computer code:

Option 2, woman on the moon:

Option 3, laptop on the moon:

So…which one do you prefer? Tell me your choice in the comments.  Be sure to leave your email either in the sign-in box or in the comments so I can notify you if you win Claimed by the Cyborg.  Visit my blog on Saturday to find out which logo I selected, who won the prize, and to see the office of author A.M. Griffin.

Check out these author offices:

Tasha Black M.K. EidemSusan Grant | Laurie Green | Michelle HowardPauline Baird Jones | Alexis Glynn Latner | Sue Lyndon |  Charmaine Pauls|  Sabine Priestley |  Veronica ScottJessica Subject | S.E. “Susan” SmithCarol Van Natta | Anna Zaires

This is what you could win:

March Fellows assumed he had all the time in the galaxy to pursue a relationship with Jules, an alien exchange student from Xenia, until she vanished without a trace. After years of searching, he finds his lost love on the eve of her arranged marriage.

The daughter of the Xenian emperor, Julietta never meant to fall in love with a Terran man while visiting Earth. Leaving to fulfill her responsibilities on her home planet opened up a hole in her heart that could never be filled. When March, now a cyborg, unexpectedly shows up just before she is to be bonded, she struggles to find the courage to turn him away a second time and follow through with her duty. Before she can act, the lovers are thrust into a political conspiracy that threatens the Xenian empire and their lives.

More info on Claimed by the Cyborg

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Freebie Friday Winners Announced!

Over the weekend I held a prize drawing for two pet toys. The winner of the dog toy is Sharon Extine and the winner of the cat toy is Louise Haring. Congrats, ladies!

Thank you everyone who answered the question and entered the drawing. Freebie Friday is always the fourth Friday of the month on The next one will be November 24 — the day after Thanksgiving. I don’t know what I’ll give away, probably a book or some swag.

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20 Responses to Help me pick a new Authors in Space logo & enter to win an autographed #SFR

  1. Libby Doyle says:

    I like Option 3. The computer screen as a window appeals to me. An opening to a writer’s imagination.

  2. Renee Wildes says:

    I like the woman on the moon. Since it’s “authors in space” I think it needs to be a person there.

  3. Jenn says:

    Definitely option 3!

  4. Laurel Lasky says:

    I also like the woman on the moon, #3 it feels like a good fit.

  5. Diane Burton says:

    I like Option 2, the woman on the moon. We all have different offices. 🙂

  6. Jannie says:

    I like option #2 best.

  7. Donna says:

    I like option #3.

  8. ML says:

    My ranking: 2-3-1.

  9. Michael Whitmill says:

    #2. I think a person is relevant.

  10. Lola says:

    I think I like option 3 the best as the sci-fi feel is the most obvious there and I kinda like the laptop that shows the background through it. I also like option 2 and I think that one would work well too. Option 1 seems a bit too flashy to me somehow with the too bright colors and the white background on the laptop. I like the space-y background of option 2 and 3 more.

  11. CC says:

    #3. Computer as the window to everything

  12. Jo Jones says:

    I like Option 3

  13. Linda Romer says:

    I like option #3 more futuristic! Thank you

  14. Denise Waldron says:

    I prefer option number 3 for the new logo.

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