RachelleGardner got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Create a book cover for the first in a series of books by a well-known literary agent.
Check out RachelleGardner's Book cover contest…
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This is a book for authors who are trying to decide between traditional publishing or self publishing. Title: How Do I Decide? Sub-title: Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing Series title: A Field Guide for Authors Book description: There is plenty of information available on both traditional and self-publishing. But how do you choose between the two? How Do I Decide? is a concise, definitive resource that will guide you through the decision, allowing you to ignore the noise and hype and focus on the right path for YOU. This is a fair and balanced approach that avoids favoring one choice over the other--and instead shows you how to determine which best fits your own situation. Jammed full of insider information, How Do I Decide? gives you the facts you need to make an informed choice. It walks you through the various steps of the publishing process so you can determine which road best suits your personal goals, temperament, and level of previous publishing experience. How Do I Decide? includes perspectives from successful authors James Scott Bell, Addison Moore, Jennie Nash, and Scott Appleton. "I get asked several times a week, 'How do I decide between self-publishing and traditional publishing?' Now I have a well-written, thoughtful resource to recommend - and it's from one of the most respected voices in the publishing industry. If you are struggling with this question, Rachelle will help you discover the answer!" --Michael Hyatt, Former Chairman and CEO, Thomas Nelson Publishers. Author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World "A no-nonsense look at the publishing options available to writers today, with a complete set of tools for self-evaluation and decision making. Any writer confused about which way to go should start here." --James Scott Bell, author of Self-Publishing Attack. "Whenever a writer asks me for publishing advice the first name that comes to my mind is Rachelle Gardner. If you're trying to decide between traditional and self-publishing, this book is a must buy." --James L. Rubart, bestselling author of Rooms Brief yet comprehensive, the book also includes: * an overview of the current publishing landscape * an outline of the path to publishing * a user-friendly checklist to help you figure out your path * pros and cons of traditional publishing * pros and cons of self-publishing SPECIAL FEATURES: * An eye-opening infographic that'll help you decide * A "quiz" to streamline your decision-making process * Additional resources with links to further information The author is Rachelle Gardner, a literary agent with Books & Such Literary, who works with authors in both traditional and self-publishing. In the publishing industry since 1995, Rachelle's blog (rachellegardner.com/) has been a popular online destination for writers since 2007 with over a million pageviews annually. It has been included in the Writer's Digest 100 Best Blogs for Writers five years in a row.
What's your vision?
Book cover for the above-described book.
I'd love to come up with a design that has elements that can be carried through with a whole series of books. I don't want all the books to look "the same," but I want to to appear they are in the same series. So this first book cover will hopefully set the stage for several more to come. The book is currently listed on Amazon, with a cover I do not like: http://www.amazon.com/Decide-Self-Publishing-Traditional-Publishing-Authors-ebook/dp/B00B4JRNN8/ref
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $399.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
RachelleGardner collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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