It took me a while to figure out exactly what you were doing with this. I had to hunt all over your profile to figure it out. I'm assuming I figured it out correctly - that this is for the lit deviations. If that's wrong - a more descriptive artist comment would help you get more appropriate feedback
I'm only going into this much detail because you have the critique requested option up. I don't have enough to say to merit a full critique, but here are some thoughts if you're interested.
For a lit tag I think you have the right idea - a simpler design that is sure to render correctly - with enough flair to grab some attention. In this case the lettering draws my attention. As was mentioned a couple of times, the lettering is a bit difficult to read. The font itself is neat - but the coloring could be tweaked to make it stand out more. The font on your byline seems a bit odd... probably because it is such a conservative font placed with the much more elaborate title. As a lit tag, it is also much too small (at least on my display) to read. Other than that, I think it's an effective design.
This is a good cover for a work that will be purely online, it looks good in small format and as a thumb. One suggestion I have though is that currently the font is hard to read when it is a thumb, thus using it as a preview for your lit may make it hard to tell what the story is called when it is in someone's message centre.
I remember, some time ago you posted the first drawn pcture with the triangular frame, right? And I think, you had to change age of the protagonists. And there was somewhere a link to a much older version. So I think, it's a long term-work. You made the cover with a program on your PC, I guess.
Yeah, something we have in common, as we know, sis, sadly not limited on good memories alone, but I couldn't imagine, how it was, if I forgot more things. For a guy of my age the memory is alright. And it's always a matter of interest, too, what you can hold in your memory.