They say you can't judge a book by its cover. But that seems to be how several people pick a book. I admit I am guilty of this myself.
And perhaps they read the blurb too.
But it's the cover that draws your attention. As does the name.
A lot of thought goes into a cover. For some it might not seem that way. But many author spend time visualizing their cover and working with the publishing house to get the proper concept on paper.
My covers are important. I hope the design flies off the page and captures the eyes of readers. I can't change the covers now, but I wanted to let you take a look at my covers and see what you think. Why or why not would you choose any of the following books?
Which book is your favorite cover? Why?
Which is your least? Why?
Your input could help me with covers in the future.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Anatomy of a Cover...
Award Winning author Tina Pinson resides in Grand Junction, Colorado with Danny, her husband of thirty-five plus years. They are blessed to have three sons, and nine grandchildren. It is her prayer that her stories, though fiction, will transport you to worlds beyond and touch your spirit and give you a closer insight to yourself and God.