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New Cover Design for Bitty and the Guardian of Sespria
Posted by J. R. on Sunday, July 11, 2010
Under: Cover Design
Although my intent was to put my nose to the grindstone and complete all illustrations for Emily, Brave and Swift, I spent the greater portion of the last two weeks revising the Cover art for my Bitty novel. I believe the new cover will better attract my intended target market--YA Fantasy Adventure readers. While I was redesigning the cover (which was originally a painting of Bitty stepping out of her world into Sespria), I also used the opportunity to creatively spruce up some of the interior content. This is one of the great benefits of being an Indy author and publisher--freedom of creativity! Of course, you're on your own when it comes to marketing, promoting and producing income. But, hey, there's a price for everything. I love it all though! Here's the new cover (I used a graphic design program here). I'd love to hear your thoughts, drop me a note.
Now, back to those illustrations for Emily, Brave and Swift.
Until the next time...
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