Ohmygoshyouguys I’m so jazzed! My latest horror book, CHRYSTINE’S SLEEP SOLUTION, is part of a new Books2Read Promo!
(I’m relieved my cover looks like it belongs with the other kids!)
Check it out here: https://books2read.com/rl/spooks2read
(My book looks like this and is listed under the “Horror” section.)
It’d help me and the other authors out a ton if you’d share this promotion with your friends and family. Just share/retweet/whatever this post to anyone you think would love to find their next favorite book!
Looks like there’s some great spooky stories to be had for every budget and taste!
Thanks so much for your help and support!
As an indie author on a shoestring budget, you may be wondering how you can make your print books look like they belong on your readers’ shelves next to the “big boy” books published with gobs of money and professional art departments behind them.
Using my Visual Arts BA powers and some slightly blurry photos of our booka nd DVD shelves, I thought I’d try to explain some of the elements of good spine branding. Spinal branding? Ouch. Sounds painful.
Let’s get started.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER (Asian-influenced animated series)
Here’s the three-volume set of the marvelous fantasy cartoon series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
At the very top we have the logotype for the series itself, which any fan recognizes from the show’s intro sequence. But even if you’ve never seen the show, there’s a lotta info packed into that itty bitty logo: first, the Nickelodeon logo (in its signature orange) lets you know the station its from…and all that that implies (animation, kid-friendly, playful, positive energy).