My first big project (outside of my own work)! I did the cover work, the marketing, and the entire book formatting for print and Kindle editions. You can receive your copy free for a limited time today through 10/14.
Live! In an Amazon store near you…
Print Edition: $6.99 available HERE
Both the print and Kindle versions are available today on Amazon. Of course, it wouldn’t be this issue of the magazine unless their was a hiccup. So…the free Kindle version will not be available until tomorrow. You will have five wonderful, glorious days to get your free copy!
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Kindle Edition: 99 cents available HERE
So I was late to the party yesterday, but I so excited about this challenge! I drew a lot of inspiration from older versions of this novel. I loved the red, white, and black color scheme, and the intense phrases used on some of the novels. I decided to utilize as many of them as possible, using different fonts to emphasize a sense of anarchy behind certain phrases. I hope you enjoy what I’ve done with this classic.
You can find this week’s prompt, here.
I stumbled across a fun prompt this week where participants get to remake a book cover already published. This week’s challenge was Stephen King’s The Green Mile.
I absolutely loved this book. For me, the country/rural aspect of the story was important, and the scene of the electric chair always pops into my head first and foremost, followed quickly by the flies. Oh, the flies.
So, I hope you enjoy my creative take on this book cover.
A big thank you to The Story Reading Ape for featuring me today!
I’d like to offer myself as a new resource for you and hope you won’t mind posting my page?
You can visit it at:
I am offering a wide-range of services in the self-publishing industry, including: book covers, marketing images, book trailers, formatting, and other author’s services.
Thank you for your time.
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Because loving self-published authors is what we do.
By nature, the writing world is a lonely place. Authors need friends and companionship and a community, not only to draw inspiration from, but to help support them in a field that doesn’t exactly make it easy. Here’s what you should keep in mind about your self-publishing friend:
- Most likely, they are doing it all on their own. All the writing, the editing, the designing, the promotion, the promotion, the promotion.
- They think what they have written is the absolute best thing out there right now. It’s new. It’s daring. It’s theirs, and they’ve been working their butts off on it for so long they forgot their own kid’s birthday until the last moment.
- They’ve probably spent more money on the book then they care to admit.
- They are basically tossing 50,000 some words out into the ether and praying that out of the millions of titles on Amazon…
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