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  • War Torn: Stories of War from the Women Reporters Who Covered Vietnam
    Her story is part of War Torn: Stories of War from the Women Reporters Who Covered Vietnam, written by former correspondents including Denby Fawcett, Jurate Kazickas and UPI's Webb and Tracy Wood.
    08/01/2002
  • HMH Books Dispatches Send-a-Story Line
    , and No Matter What—feature label-like spaces on the back cover for “To” and “From” addresses, a sticker to seal the book closed, and room in the inside front cover for the sender to pen a greeting.
    01/20/2011
  • Book Cover Redesign: 'Before and After'
    But in a way that didn’t prevent the hands from remaining the cover’s focal point.Submit your book for a free cover redesign.
    08/28/2017
  • Pleeeeeease: New Covers for These Classics | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Tips for Sales Reps Death to the QA → Pleeeeeease New Covers for These Classics Elizabeth Bluemle February 23rd 2016 16 Replies Tweet Sometimes
    01/17/2018
  • Indie Community: Reading Books by Their Covers
    It serves to capture potential readers’ attention and tells them something important about the story or content inside.
    06/14/2021
  • Watch Our Cover Come Alive
    For more about Layer, check out our story this week.
    02/25/2013
  • Cover Reveal: Jessica Khoury's 'Origin'
    But what is most remarkable is that readers become completely enveloped in the story.
    03/01/2012
  • Book Cover Redesign: 'A Daughter's a Daughter'
    This month, Deborah Bradseth at Tugboat Design reimagines the cover of A Daughter’s a Daughter by indie author Irene Vartanoff, who called the new design “a more accurate evocation of what my story is about.”Design Note #1: The decorative font on the original was hard to read.
    09/25/2017
  • Berkley Testing Two Covers for 'Virgin'
    A starred review of the novel in this week’s PW calls it a "story for millennials” that is a "wonderful blend of modern angst old-fashioned sweetness.”That the novel features dueling covers came out of both Penguin's commitment to the book, and a solid show of work from the
    07/01/2014
  • Cover Before Striking
    Boldly exploring story shape, tone, and perspective, Uppal grounds the empathetic stories in real-life circumstances—like grief and loss.
    02/09/2015
  • Book Cover Redesign: 'Jeep Tour'
    Instead, find a contrasting color or lighten/darken the area behind the text to help it stand out.Design Note #3: Coloring can have a huge impact on the design as it helps convey the tone of the story.
    03/27/2017
  • Cover Reveal: Ally Condie's 'Atlantia'
    PW has the exclusive first look at the cover of Ally Condie's forthcoming standalone YA novel, Atlantia (Dutton Children's Books).
    04/29/2014
  • Out of the Night That Covers Me
    Their familiar story is a haunting one, however; part of the fabric of American life, it bears frequent retelling.
    01/01/2001
  • Virgin: A Novel ("Flowers" Cover)
    This story for millennials is a wonderful blend of modern angst with old-fashioned sweetness.
    06/30/2014
  • Donnie Brasco: Deep Cover
    This fast-paced story takes Pistone's real-life adventures as a point of departure: a Mafia contract on "Brasco's" life forces him back undercover.
    03/29/1999

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