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I’m a bit behind on my posts lately, so it’s time to catch up! Recently I was challenged to create a cover for a truly wonderful memoir set for publication this fall. As sometimes happens the author had her heart … Continue reading
As the graphic artist for Imzadi Publishing I have the opportunity to let you know that they are offering a limited number of promotional codes for free copies of the audiobooks in their catalog…now! Continue reading
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The brilliant cover for the third Frank Nagler Mystery, “The Weight of Living” is a semi-finalist in the cover art contest run by authordb.com. The cover art is by Anita Dugan-Moore, of my publisher…
I‘m so thrilled! I finally had a chance to do my first sci-fi cover and I really am pleased with the result. Often, if you have read my previous posts, you’ll notice I create line-art in Adobe Illustrator; well, this was one of the few exceptions I have had where I really didn’t use that […]
It is time I shared a book trailer for a truly great book I had the pleasure of reading earlier than anyone else, yes…it is one of the perks of what I do; a good book is never far from my grasp. The author of this book is Alrea Johnson, the book…Dragon Bone. This is […]
It is time I shared a book trailer for a truly great book I had the pleasure of reading earlier than anyone else, yes…it is one of the perks of what I do; a good book is never far from … Continue reading