When I’m not writing, I’m designing. And when I’m designing, it’s usually a book cover. I design covers for my own books (those I’ve written, those that are just kernels of ideas, and those I might never actually write) and for the authors in Five Directions Press. I’ve also recently begun to design covers and formatting print interiors for independent authors of romance, women’s fiction, and historical fiction. You can find more information on my services by checking out The Magenta Quill.
I also love looking at book covers. And on the third Wednesday of every month, I’ll be using my blog to share a book cover I love. This month’s featured cover is “The Yellow Bird Sings” by Jennifer Rosner.
Are you an author in need of cover design or print formatting? Visit my design website for details on how to get a FREE* book cover design!
*I won’t charge for design services, but you’ll be responsible for providing (or paying for) any stock images or fonts to be used in the design.
DISCLAIMER: The covers posted on Book Cover Wednesday are not my designs, but those of other talented cover designers. I claim no involvement in their creation nor ownership over them – I just like them!