Novielyn was a very hard working designer and she went out of her way to make changes and give me different designs from which I could choose. She always made the necessary design changes and was very creative with instructions as well. I would use her again. All the designers worked hard to provide what was needed.
- T. Mason Gilbert
Very responsive and great to work with. Highly recommended.
I love this design. Milan showed marvelous creativity -- he created the theme for a book cover with only minimal references and no guidelines and managed to fit the author's imagination.
- Aleksandr Zaigraev
5 Stars as always. I'm absolutely excited!
How T. Mason Gilbert started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Mjollnir Enterprises LLC
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a novelist. The book is adventure fiction with a philosophical
storyline. It is for readers who like spirituality, adventure, and
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
There are 4 different elements I would like to see. 1) The action
takes place on Mt. Kangchenjunga the 3rd tallest mountain in the
world. Kangchenjunga has five peaks. The name Kangchenjunga means
"five treasures of the high snow." 2) Nyingmapa (Tibetan Buddhism) is
a strong element in the book. The title of "The Sacrifist" refers to
the Buddhist yogi in the book. 3) The yeti. The yeti villain/monster
in the book is an albino with red eyes. I had an illustrator draw two
of the elements (a yeti hand and Mt. Kangchenjunga) in the attached
file. 4) The info on the front cover should have the title at the
top. The title is "The Sacrifist." My pen name is "T. Mason Gilbert"
and should be at the bottom. Some where it should have the words "A
Novel." I have attached some text for the back cover plus two
possible pictures of myself. Just because I attached them doesn't
mean they have to be used. As a note, I really like the covers of
the novelist Dan Brown.
I have attached a brief summary of the plot of the book. Other info
that might be of interest to you is the fact that the other hero in
the book has an ancestry of Native American. The Native
American half is Ojibwe Indian from Minnesota. So there is a strong
Native American (Ojibwe) element in the book as well. There is much
bloodshed in the book with a total of 11 people killed and some are
eaten. Also, I was thinking of one possibility of the partial head of
the Tibetan Buddha floating up behind the mountain in the form of a
cloud. I have attached two different photos of a Tibetan Buddha head
that I found online. There are many others. I do not own the rights
to these pictures. The attached illustration has five peaks but they
don't resemble the real Kangchenjunga. Feel free to follow my design
ideas or make something up of your own. I will not be making the
decision. I will choose the four best and have many people vote for
their favorite. Who ever gets the most votes will win.