Designer Interview: Daqri of Covers by Combs

Hello Daqri from Cover by Combs! Tell us about your creative journey.  It started with a love of books–and art! Writing, art, graphic design and programing were my biggest escapes as a teenager and still as an adult. I had experience designing covers, and over the years I’ve been soaking …

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Designer Interview: Emma Rider of Moonstruck Cover Design

Welcome to Emma from Moonstruck Cover Design! Time to dig in… why did you become a cover designer? Books are life! I’m an avid reader. Books got me through bullying growing up. They got me through the worst times. I knew I wanted to share the life-changing, magical experience because …

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Designer Interview: Kris Hack of Temys Designs

Welcome to Kris Hack of Temys Design! Let’s jump right in… How did you become a book cover designer?  I started out as an author. I enjoyed writing but there was something missing. An author friend of mine asked for help with her cover design since I knew a bit …

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Writer Communities

Writing and publishing can be a lonely business. Connecting with colleagues helps with creating better work through critiques, gaining knowledge from authors who have “been there,” as well as growing your network and making friends. Regional | Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut …

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Essential Reading for Authors

Welcome to our list of Must Read Books for Authors. This collection of books was recommended by our community of authors as some of their all-time favorite books about writing and the business of self-publishing. Got a recommendation? Feel free to contact us with your book suggestions and we’ll add them …

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Designer Interview: Karen Dimmick of Arcane Covers

Welcome, Karen! Tell us about your creative journey. What was your path to becoming a book cover designer? I used to be an author and I was helping organize a big anthology we were doing for charity. I’d been getting stories from others, doing the contracts and the formatting and …

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