It is one of the projects I have been working on lately. Mainly, it stems from an interest in browsing book covers at bookshops and libraries.
Since I am not good at photography and digital art (honestly, at digital-anything unless you count typing), I decided to compose book cover art the old-fashioned way: painting.
This is new to me, and I am not sure where things will head, but here goes:
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I've had a few big flops but these are the ones I'm ultimately quite pleased with. They are available at SelfPubBookCovers.com, where many other cover art are listed for sale. So if you know of an author who's looking for cover art for her literary/adventure/women's fiction/memoir/inspirational/non-fiction book, point her this way!
(*Text position, as well as font choices, are merely my suggestions. The buyer is free to place the text wherever she wishes. Also, my covers are original paintings so you won't have to worry about repeated stock images. Please read the terms and conditions or FAQ on SelfPubBookCovers.com if you are interested in purchasing a cover!)
I have a half-way painted cover to finish up and a bit of writing to do today. How about you? What're you working on today? Remember to take small breaks. Thanks for visiting. Have a relaxing weekend ahead!
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