Here's another hypothetical topic for discussion:
Suppose your publisher chose a book cover that was incorrect or didn't match the contents of the book. Let's say, for example, the cover of a mystery novels depicts a bottle of poison (you know, with the skull and crossbones on the label), but the story does not include the use of poison, nor does it hint at poison, nor is poison included in the plot as a "red herring".
As factually unsuitable as this hypothetical cover may be, the publisher wants to use it (maybe the marketing department said it was a good choice...?).
Should the author be allowed to veto the choice of the book cover or not?
Looking forward to your replies... Jill