My editor and I were chuckling at how we ended up using a variety of the "young woman lying on the ground" trope that's fairly common in YA/NA cover art. But I maintain this one works, because, for one thing, people do actually lounge on the ground in my stories and commune with nature (and goddessy forces) often enough. For another, this woman doesn't look like she's in a swoon. She looks powerful and lithe. Like a panther who is merely resting for the moment.
Also, purple! I love purple.
This book will be out in summer; we haven't set an exact date yet, so stay tuned. Important to note before adding it to your shelves: this is book 2 of a series. Persephone's Orchard is book 1, and since these are not stand-alones, you'll likely have to read that one first before being able to make sense of the second one.
Meanwhile, happy egg-dyeing and -hunting and chocolate eating!