Monday, July 9, 2012

July 9, 2012



Creating a cover for your novel is a tricky job for Indie Authors.
 Without a publisher behind you with a marketing team and
graphic artists,how do you compete?
Every Monday, I will scour the Indie world and find the Indie covers
that make you take a second look at the book.
 The ones you just have to click on to see what the story's about.
After all, that's what the cover's for.

And today's cover is:


Brightest Kind of Darkness (Brightest Kind of Darkness, #1)

I read this book a long time ago and really liked it.
I've always thought that of all the paranormal covers featuring a girl
in a long formal dress, this one pulls it off well. 
It also has the now familiar feathers floating through the air,
but it makes sense to the story, so I'm good with it.
I like the red dress against the fall colors and the font for the title is great.
The cover designer managed to get a lot of information on the cover without obscuring or overwhelming the image, but still managed to make it readable at thumbnail size.
Impressive!


Check it out on Amazon Here

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