My premade ebook covers are designed to get your novel out the door with a dynamic cover quickly and seamlessly. Each cover is unique and sold only once.* I’m initially focusing on romance, young adult contemporary, new adult, and women’s fiction, but check back often for new covers. (If you don’t see exactly what you want, I’m also available for custom coverscontact me for a quote.)

How It Works:

  1. Fill in the form below with the required information.
  2. I’ll add your information to the cover you chose and email you a low-res proof copy.
  3. After you approve the cover and send payment (PayPal or check accepted), I’ll email you the final 1400 x 2100 pixel version in the format of your choice.
  4. Questions? Don’t hesitate to ask!

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*I use stock photos**, so I can’t promise the image is exclusive to your book, but I won’t resell my designs. After they’re claimed, they’re gone!

**Right now all of my source photos come from CC0 sites like Gratisography, Skitterphoto, Unsplash, and the like. I’ll send you information about the specific images used on request at purchase. I suppose that means you could hunt down these photos and create your own versions, but my typography is ace, and you don’t want to miss out. ^_^

For this week’s weekend book cover, Rhonda Parrish asked me for a cover for a collection of her late mother’s poetry.

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I liked the idea of snowy owl imagery. Unexpected difficulty: owl faces are hilarious. I couldn’t build a contemplative poetry cover out of this guy. To get around that, I went looking for an image of a snowy owl flying away. I thought that included some relevant symbolism as well.

Then: background. Turns out Rhonda (editor, author, doer of all the things) is also a great photographer. Her Flickr account gave me plenty to work with. I really liked this lonely mailbox, and I like the imagery, that this book would be stuffed with messages the author left behind for her loved ones.

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For the font, I wanted a script that was neither too flowery nor too grungy. One called “Chemist” seemed to fill the bill. I put a shadow behind it to help bring out the words. For the subtitle and author name, I’m just a perpetual sucker for Century Gothic and its variants.

I colorized the owl and mailbox, then eventually the post, then put a gradient behind the author name, then desaturated things a bit.

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I like it! The author and her daughter didn’t love the owl element, so I made two variations: no owl, and extra owl.

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They preferred the one with no owl, so that’s the final. Huzzah!

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This one came together so smoothly, it was awesome. If I could change one thing, I’d put something across the top or in the top right corner. Maybe part of a representative poem?

What do you think? How’s the composition? Does the cover seem to match the contents of the book? What tweaks would you make?

FONTS, TOP TO BOTTOM

  • Chemist
  • Century Gothic
  • Century Gothic Bold

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TIME TO CREATE

  • All of two and a half hours including image searches and final tweaks.

See all my book cover designs here. Inquiries accepted.

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