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Running

Running

October 29, 2014 / 0 comments

Everyman’s little wooden mannequin embodies the sense we all have of trying to catch up or keep up with expectations. If your book’s focus is based on that need, ask for the cover Running.

Enshrined

Enshrined

October 28, 2014 / 0 comments

The exotic lines of this structure, together with its gold leafed domes and palm trees, make it the perfect setting for your story set in the far east, a factual accounting of some religions, or a study on architecture. To claim this cover for your book, ask for Enshrined.

Snow Capped

Snow Capped

October 28, 2014 / 0 comments

A majestic snow covered peak rises in the background of this idyllic scene, while tall pines rise from grasses painted in autumn hues. This general purpose design can work for almost any genre. Is your book about the importance of clean air? Finding the right ski slopes? Leaving it all behind? The possibilities are limitless….

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Coloring

Coloring Outside the Lines

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

Chances are at some point in our lives, each and every one of us has broken the rules, whether the rules are written law or the dictates of society. With the paintbox take on the humble morning glory, this theme supports anyone whose life doesn’t quite hit society’s expectations.  Suggested contexts include LGBT persons, racial…

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Coffee

Coffee

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

A good segment of the world’s civilizations wake to a morning caffeine fix. This cup of wake-up could belong to male or female, could be innocent or laced with Irish whiskey. What’s the dark fluid in the cup beyond? That’s your story to tell. If this is the right cover for your book, ask for…

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White Bridge

The White Bridge

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

This simple bridge span can represent a number of things. It’s first a location. It may also symbolize racial elements, i.e., that a Hispanic or black person cannot cross the White Bridge in terms of employment, etc. If this cover image suits your book, please ask for White Bridge.

Echoes

Echoes

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

This cover was specifically designed for a reincarnation or genealogy themed book. The old tintype photos overlap shades and opacity, symbolizing our cultural tendency to forget the past – which all too often means repeating it. If your book needs this cover, ask for Echoes.

French Bath

French Bath

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

This whimsical and feminine bath scene could work for fiction or nonfiction geared toward femininity or health. Maybe you’re writing a romance and your heroine is getting ready to meet her prince charming. Maybe your protagonist is a single dad who grinds his teeth at sharing a bath with a teenaged daughter. Whatever your theme,…

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Red Lantern

The Red Lantern

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

This solitary lamp is suspended against a blanket of darkness. Is it the remnant of a party gone horribly wrong? Does it symbolize your character’s strength against adversity? Does it represent anger ablaze against a sea of apathy? If this image is the right one for your book cover, ask for The Red Lantern

Global Writing

Global Writing

October 26, 2014 / 0 comments

This dark still life takes on writing (on a stenographer’s pad), checker pieces and a globe. It would not only work on a nonfiction title about writing, as in the sample illustration, but just as easily on a fictional account of global notoriety, a story about a teacher, a spy novel, and more. If you’d…

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Cattails

Cattails

October 25, 2014 / 0 comments

Situated next to a pond, the ubiquitous water flora rises in a graceful curve against a bright blue sky. Also, cattails. If your book’s theme centers around a pond, ask for the cover design Cattails.

Hansel-And-Gretel

Hansel And Gretel Complex

October 24, 2014 / 0 comments

This beautiful old brick oven/fireplace is creepy with the right story – or nostalgic with another. Does your character have a European grandmother who looks down at modern appliances? Does your heroine dream of a rustic life (or remember one!) in which the old ways are new again? To request this image for your book…

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