When my debut novel released in 2009, I never dreamed my books would make their way to Dutch readers. But the Dutch were the first to pick up The Frontiersman’s Daughter as a foreign-rights edition. Over time the covers have changed. Some of the titles have changed, too. Here are four of my most recent releases in Dutch. All are unique and beautiful in their own way. I’m especially intrigued by the new look for An Uncommon Woman or Een Ongewone Vrouw. That’s not our heroine on the cover but Keturah Braam who is a secondary Dutch character in the novel yet who is truly the uncommon woman in this story. I created her as a way to thank Dutch readers for embracing my books. I hope her noble, selfless character delights readers everywhere!