- Cover Redesign: 'Chance or Circumstance?' by James R. Mapp
To submit a book for a free cover redesign, email us at email@example.com.Design Note 1: The compass is important to the story’s plot and theme, so adding it front and center helps pull everything together.Design Note 2: Since the subtitle is very important to selling the
- Covering the Plague: AIDS and the American Media
In this thorough, often gripping study, Kinsella, a former Los Angeles Herald-Examiner editor, shows how the media and medical experts fumbled the AIDS story.
- Standout MG and YA Covers This Month | ShelfTalker
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- 'Steam Train, Dream Train': The Evolution of a Cover
“In the cover, I try to get across the essence of the story as much as I can, and find an element from the story that will intrigue viewers and provoke them to want to know more about the story and look into the book – something that is mysterious, cute, o
- Tattered Cover to Open Children's Bookstore in Denver Suburb
A large mural created by a local artist will be the centerpiece of the store, and architectural elements will evoke the experience of getting lost in a story.
- The NYPD Tapes: A Shocking Story of Cops, Cover-Ups, and Courage
In this scathing exposé of America’s largest police department, Rayman, a writer for the Village Voice, reveals how a whistleblowing NYPD officer turned the trend of manipulating crime data for political gain on its head, daring to sue the department to halt the practice.
- Covered with Night: A Story of Murder and Indigenous Justice in Early America
NYU history professor Eustace (1812: War and the Passions of Patriotism) delivers an immersive account of the fallout from the 1722 killing of a Seneca Indian hunter by two white fur traders in Pennsylvania.
- Anatomy of a Cover: Romance Novels 2015–2016
And when you melded romance into chick lit, it became all about high heels.”Given that sameness, here’s the challenge: each cover must distinguish itself from the competition, both in-house and across publishers, while fitting in with a particular brand or series aesthetic—all while reassuring read
- Disney Publishing Launches 'unRequired Reading' Cover Contest
Readers are telling our stories visually."
- Cover Reveal: Trenton Lee Stewart's 'The Secret Keepers'
Lighthouse keepers seem like the loneliest people in the world, yet provide light in the darkness – there are so many rich layers.”Calling the results of Caplan and Sudyka’s work on the book’s cover “terrific and ravishing,” Stewart praised the design’s visual interpretation of his story’s themati
- Nancy Werlin: The Anatomy of a Book Cover | ShelfTalker
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- Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover
Soon they form an intimate connection, with many deep emotional developments that propel the story.
- Denver's Tattered Cover Bookstore Is Sold to Two Entrepreneurs
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- The Turkey Shoot: Tracking the Attica Cover-Up
A major contribution to the Attica story.
- First Peek at Cover of Brian Selznick's 'Wonderstruck'
The structure is wholly original, the transitions between stories are awe-inspiring, and how the two stories ultimately come together is tender and resonant.”