- Book Cover Redesign: ‘Hundred Percent Chance' by Robert K. Brown
Including the pulse lines around “a memoir” tells the reader immediately that this is probably a story revolving around life and death.Design Note #4: I really liked the typography on the original cover and ultimately decided to stick with a similar sans-serif font for the title.Original
- Under Cover of Daylight: James W. Hall
Setting his suspense story in the Florida Keys, Hall, who is also a poet, makes place and climate as important as character in building the powerful effect of this accomplished novel.
- Please Design Nonfiction Book Covers That Grab Kids | ShelfTalker
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- Chocolate Covered Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery
An intriguing story line compensates only in part for patches of clunky prose and unconvincing dialogue (“I hope he doesn’t have post-traumatic stress syndrome like so many returning vets”).
- Thinks Out Loud: A Blog at First
Still, fans of stories set in the tech world, residents of the Seattle area, and readers who enjoy offbeat and original stories will be entertained.
- Crime Beat: A Decade of Covering Cops and Killers
In three sections, "The Cops," "The Killers" and "The Cases," Connelly presents a wide variety of stories from the 1980s and early '90s, ranging from local crimes to national sensations such as the serial killer Christopher Wilder, one of the FBI's Most Wanted.
- Smokescreen: The Truth Behind the Tobacco Industry Cover-Up
He untangles tobacco industry lies at Congressional hearings, tells the stories of several crucial whistle-blowers and points out the corruption of a Congress in thrall to tobacco bucks.
- The World's Greatest Chocolate-Covered Pork Chops
Now all three chefs are up for the award, creating even higher stakes as the story careens to its conclusion.
- Covering America: A Narrative History of a Nation's Journalism
In addition to the interesting stories, Daly makes many cogent arguments about what the press has meant to the country's shared history and identity.
- Book Cover Redesign: ‘My Thoughts Exactly' by Jodie Randisi
Design Note #2: With an image of a tween writing something down and a journal, a pen, and some teeny-tiny footprints, the cover now hints at a realistic story that might also contain some magical fantasy elements.Design Note #3: The author really wanted some jungle elements
- Everyone Judges a Book By Its Cover—So Choose Wisely
Seeing cover images that are highly specific limit a story’s potential for me.When seen through a marketing lens, leaving the door open to interpretation is a more inclusive practice.
- My Self-Publishing Journey: Judging a Book by Its Cover
“Don’t expect to put every detail of your story on the cover," she say.
- Cover Reveal: 'Potato Pants!' by Laurie Keller
“The idea of how the story of Potato Pants!
- Book Cover Redesign: 'Just Not Ready Yet' by Brooklyn James
The title font immediately shows the reader that this story is going to be a fun, happy read.To submit a book for a free cover redesign, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Remember How It Rained: River Saga Book Two
The result makes for a gripping story of love, truth, and good vs. evil.