The only thing better than your first book going into a second printing, is getting on your publisher's best seller list. You've accomplished both.
This morning, I received a jpg file of the cover of my book from Berkley. My first reaction was, it's all wrong. The character looks too mean, she's holding a cross-bow (she doesn't use one) and the blurb makes her sound like a predator. So I did what every author does, I objected. Nicely. Now I haven't heard back from my editor (maybe I never will again) but damn it, it's MY character!!! I know marketing makes the big decisions on covers. Sometimes I can't help wondering if they even read the book (or the synopsis). The one good thing is the blurb from Charlaine Harris. IT looks good on the front cover. I'm not even going to let you see it today. If any changes are made, I'll post both covers and you can tell me what you think.