Making a Cover from Bits and Bobs

I thought I might have a little fun by showing some pictures of the progress on a personal cover I’ve been working on. Iron Shoes (Three Tales from Hawk’s Folly Farm) has been out since 2016, and I’ve toyed with a new cover before, but haven’t ever pulled the trigger. However, since I’m working on…

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New PreMade Covers: Queens

A new set of covers is available for sale, $30 for the first cover in the set, $25 for the second. Fonts can be switched out and changed.

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New PreMade Covers: Winter

  IMAGES SOLD (Text and frame still available)   A new set of covers is avialable for sale, $45 for the first cover in the set, $30 for the second. Minimalist look.

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New PreMade Covers: Eldritch

        A new set of covers is available for sale, $45 for the first cover in the set, $30 for the second.  (Can also be produce with a different character, but that would cost a bit more, depending on the source of the stock photo.) These feature a greenish overtone, which can…

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New PreMade Covers: Epistolary

  A new set of covers is available for sale, $45 for the first cover in the set, $30 for the second.  (Can also be produce with a different character, but that would cost a bit more, depending on the source of the stock photo.)  

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New PreMade Covers: Elemental

I’ve got a new set of ‘watercolor with mosaic’ effect covers up now that can be altered in various ways. Purchase one for $120 a second for $60, and a third for $40. Why so expensive?  Well, it’s that gorgeous mosaic font, the star of the group.  It’s super expensive, so that means if you…

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Evolution of a Book Cover

  This book has been rather long in the making (it’s been serialized over a couple of years), and the two covers to the left of the are the ones that were used to cover the first and second thirds of the book for the Patreon patrons who were paying for it. The very first…

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Mistress of Winds

So after the horrible outcome of Emily’s book cover, I decided to move over to Photoshop, which would allow me flexibility with lettering, if nothing else. Almost a year ago, I started to put together my first series of covers. I collected images, fonts, and some nifty .pngs to make a series of 5 covers, the…

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MORE OBSESSING ABOUT FANTASY BOOK COVERS

I’m still going back through and rereading posts on Nicola’s blog Thoughts on Fantasy, and working through what works for me for my future covers. (There are some wonderful posts there.) I find that I share a lot of tastes with her, so going back and looking, I see this post: 5 Features that Make Me Fall in…

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