HELP ME CHOOSE NEW BOOK COVERS
All of my published dark, fatnasy, short stories have covers that I designed. Yeah, I know. Big no-no if you don’t understnd graphic desigining. At the time, I was proud of myself for actually making htem. Now I know better. Creativia normally gives our books new covers, but at the time, I told them I would redo them. So, now is the time. Several years later. HAHA!. Below are the templates of what I’m looking at. Let me know which ones catch your eyes and makes you want to maybe read the darn books.
This story was originally titled Bear of a Storm, but I just couldn’t figure out a way to get Teddy Bears on the covers. Not in my pay grade. Plus, I didn’t think it was catchy enough. So, I changed it. It’s the story of a man who doesn’t know whether he’s dreaming or actually seeing the events that unfold. That’s why I used a male figure on the cover. But, it also effects his girlfriend. Firs one is obviously mine, then we have A, B, or C.
KEEPER OF THE UNICONRS
This one was originally titled Chip off the Old Block. But when I checked on Amazon to see how many other books were called that, there were a ton. Authors really need to check first on Amazon to see how original their titles really are. You don’t want your book getting lost among the other titles. This is a kinda lighthearted tale about what happened to the Unicorns told by the Keeper of the Unicorns. First my cover, then A, B, C, D, or E.
IN MEMORY OF MICHELLE
This is the original title. It’s such an oddball story I couldn’t figure out what else to name it. It’s a great story, but so different. It takes place along the Missouri River back in 1918, told in first person by an unnamed man. He’s camping along the river when some strange creatures emerge out of the water. He names the female, Michelle. First my cover, then A, B, or C.
THE BIRTHDAY CARD
All the other short stories have been Bob’s. This one is mine. I’ve even thought of adding to it as I wrote it for a contest and it had to be within a certain word count. It’s not very long and would’ve been better as free. It’s what happens to you when you open that one special birthday card each year. First my cover, then A, B, or C.
Decisions, decisions. Please let me know what you think in the comments below. Thank you.
BTW, these are all through SelPubBookCovers. You can’t beat their prices.