- My Self-Publishing Journey: Sailing My Indie Ship and Cover Reveal
(Click here to see a larger version of the cover.)Creating the cover was an intense labor of love for my cover designer, Suzanne Dubose, and me.
- Alex Gino Debuts New Title and Cover for Groundbreaking Trans Novel
Redesigning the cover was comparably easy.
- Murder in the News: An Inside Look at How Television Covers Crime
Veteran Chicago television journalist Jordan doesn’t make effective use of his decades of experience in this investigation into how today’s news media covers violent crime.
- A Clean Well-Lighted Benefit for the Tattered Cover Raises $10K
(Hint: if you wondered what it would be like to take Joe Kavalier to school for show and tell, this story is not to be missed.)
- Cover Reveal: 'Interrupting Chicken and the Elephant of Surprise' by David Ezra Stein
He noted that within the story, “it’s almost like hide-and-seek between the chicken and elephant, so it’s got that tantalizing ‘come and find me’ thing going on on the cover.”
- Cover Reveal: 'Another' Book from Christian Robinson Is a First for Him
“I was moved to tell a story about a girl who rarely sees herself as an explorer of new worlds,” he said.
- Flying Time: Stories and Half-Stories
These cover topics such as memories aroused while making soup and a terse reminder left by a companion.
- The Cover Girl Killer: A Hobart Lindsey/Marvia Plum Mystery
It happens that Hobart's company, International Surety, carried Vansittart's policy, which names, as its beneficiary, the "girl on the cover of Death in the Ditch."
- The Story of Christmas
The acrylics star a kindly cast with sweet smiles and shining black-dot eyes; the tone is friendly from cover to cover.
- Cover Reveal: 'Dear Pope Francis,' the First Children's Book by the Pope
“It was heartening to be part of a project that was bringing a different, more hopeful story to the world that would counter the stories of darkness that we see so often,” he said.
- You Can't Judge a Body by Its Cover: 17 Women's Stories of Hunger, Body Shame, and Redemption
“This is not another weight-loss guide,” Bedrick writes, instead presenting the stories of 17 women impacted “by the forces of sexism, misogyny, and shame,” and how they “dropped the shame that bound them to a self-abusing lens about their bodies.”
- Beth's Story
Beth’s lavish lifestyle and intriguing family history are also covered thoroughly, offering seeds for future books (Kate’s Story, 1914 is available simultaneously, and a pair of books set in 1848 are due later this year).
- The Rainbow Stories
Pantheon, Viking, and FSG are brining have forthcoming Vollmann hard covers.
- Reporting Iraq: An Oral History of the War by the Journalists Who Covered It
The New Yorker 's Jon Lee Anderson says â€œthere's no proper wayâ€ to cover war that isn't â€œrife with contradictions and problemsâ€; this vital, breathtaking collection may be the closest contemporary reporting gets to cutting through the fog of war. 22 color photos.
- A Glimpse of Hell: The Explosion on the USS Iowa and Its Cover-Up
A former naval officer who produced several stories about the explosion and coverup for 60 Minutes, Thompson has no ax to grind against the navy as an institution.