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Dragon Lily

December 29, 2016 / 0 comments

This abstract image reminds me a bit of a dragon, its shape suggested by the blue and green flame. Or maybe rather than a dragon, it’s a ghost, spirit of an ancestor, maybe something even less defined. The stylized flame rises over or from a conceptual version of something organic. For this image I’d consider…

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Secret of the Silver Box

Secret of the Silver Box

July 17, 2016 / 0 comments

What secrets does this box hold? A light flashes from its lock. Maybe it’s enchanted. Maybe it contains treasure. Maybe the box itself is a family heirloom and its scrolled pattern spells out an important message. The meaning is up to you as the author. If your book needs this cover, ask for Secret of…

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Tea and Seance

Tea and Seance

July 14, 2016 / 0 comments

The title I chose was both sweet and maybe a bit shocking. A bit genteel, a bit wild – much like this book cover. The man in the photo smokes a pipe, looking decidedly less than thrilled. Is he a ghost haunting family members? A mystery person uncovered during a modern renovation? Someone grieved by…

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Debris Field

Debris Field

July 14, 2016 / 0 comments

This stormy cover conveys a gritty mix of horror, fear, disaster, and so much more. Suitable for a horror story, a factual account of accident or disaster, or possibly even a vampire book, this cover reaches out and grabs you in an instant. If your book calls for this cover, ask for Debris Field.

Aladdins Coffee

Aladdin’s Coffee

July 14, 2016 / 0 comments

There’s something about smoke – or maybe steam – pouring upward. It contradicts the laws of gravity for anything to rise, even when we know intellectually that there’s a logical explanation. Add in the intricate carvings on an old brass coffee pot – or is it gold? – and you have a recipe for mystery…

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War of Angels

War of Angels

July 14, 2016 / 0 comments

This imagery is both beautiful and haunting, juxtaposed images of war and of peace in a single personality. This angel is wearing a white gown and wings, yet still brandishing a sword. It could be used for a women’s right treatise, a fantasy, or a book on religion – how it’s used is up to…

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Hiding in Plain Sight

Hiding in Plain Sight

July 14, 2016 / 0 comments

This book cover is distinctly urban in its locale. The lone woman, facing away from the camera, may be hurried or preoccupied. She may be frightened. She may be a serial killer. The fact that you can’t see her face, and her surroundings are gray and blurred, point out clearly that she is the focus,…

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Word

Word

July 11, 2016 / 0 comments

A religion where God’s Word is absolute is common. Where God’s Word is murder, it’s horrifying. This could be written about current world events, about a cult, about any number of themes. It could also be a thoughtful commentary on the power of the pen over the sword – because make no mistake, the words…

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Prince Charming

Prince Charming

July 11, 2016 / 0 comments

This prince is danger incarnate, with a slithering companion around his shoulders. Is he charming the snake or your heroine? Is he an adventurer who enters a jungle of literal or figurative snakes? The possibilities are up to you. To claim this book cover, ask for Prince Charming.

Island City

Island City

July 11, 2016 / 0 comments

With its moody clouds and water, and aged sand-colored buildings clustered against stark cliffs, this book cover conveys mystery before anyone even opens its cover. Is the city abandoned and in ruins? Is it an ancient citadel filled with international intrigue? Only you can say. If this cover fits your book’s theme, please ask for…

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Incense of Books and Roses

Incense of Books and Roses

July 5, 2016 / 0 comments

For this cover, the dried rose dissolves into smoke. Is it magic? The fading memory of Alzheimers’ Disease? A pagan spellbook? There are many interpretations, the ultimate one up to you. If your book is a match to this image, ask for Incense of Books and Roses.

Cats Paw Road

Cat’s Paw Road

July 5, 2016 / 0 comments

This spooky book cover lets a cat overlook ghosts – which overlook the ruined room. It’s classic horror imagery for the scariest book you can write. If this picture fits your book’s concept, ask for Cat’s Paw Road.