I don't think I have ever showed you the cover of the book. Here it is, and if all goes well, the back will have all sorts of positive blurbs about what is inside. I wish I could just make them up, as in, "Good Lord! Kate Stone Lombardi is absolutely right about mothers and sons. I got it completely wrong." - Sigmund Freud.
Anyway, early on my editor asked me if I had any thoughts about what the cover would look like, and I had presumed they would put an image of a mother and son on it. No, no, no, wrong, wrong, wrong. Any one image would send a message to a different demographic that this book is not for them. For instance if you put a young mother and son on the front, older mothers might not think the book would be of interest.
So graphics it is, and I actually really love the look of it.