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ONLY UNI cover!

Captain's Log, Stardate 06.20.2007

Here's the cover to book 2 in the Sushi Series, Only Uni!

Only Uni comes out in February 2008.

Ruth was the one who discovered that it's up on Zondervan's website, although it's not up yet on Amazon.

Funny, huh? It's up before book one is even out yet. The first book in the series, Sushi for One?, will be released in September this year.

Update: Donna pointed out, I forgot to mention that I LOVE THE COVER!!!!


  1. i love it! it's wonderful to see people who look like me on book covers! lol are they still looking for cover models for your next two books? is her hair dyed brown? i wish mine could take hair dye like that. i must have the blackest hair an Asian could possibly have.

  2. I love the cover Camy! Zondervan is doing a great job with the covers. Can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves for book 3.

  3. I love it! I agree with Winter; they're doing a great job and I can't wait to see the cover for book 3. Of course, what I really can't wait for is to read the series!


    Camy, what a great cover. I think I like it even better than the first one, probably because I dress more like her than Sushi for One, lol.

  5. I just love both of your covers, Camy! They are FABULOUS!!

  6. Wow, what a great cover! I can't wait to read the series. I know it's going to be fabulous. :)

  7. I'm with Sally. Love it more than Book 1 cover. Zondervan is doing a good job.

  8. Your name looks FANTASTIC on the cover! You were born to write--or design shoes. ("Hey, I got my Camy Tang's!") LOVE LOVE LOVE the cover.

  9. She's almost as cute as you, Camy!

  10. Wow! This is way cool! I bet it makes it all seem more real! Can't wait to hold 'em in my hands!

  11. AWESOME COVER! Can't wait to read these. Wahoo for Camy!

  12. looks great, Camy! At first glimpse, I thought it was you! LOL

  13. Congrats Camy! I can't wait to read both books!!


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