BWL Art Director
I know it’s been a while since my last post, and for that all I can say is – GRAD SCHOOL. What, you thought I was going to say I’m sorry? LOL Did we miss the last post – I am a Goddess. Goddesses do not apologize.
What do I mean?
We can also see elements of the story in Lee’s Killough’s cover. This story involves a wolf, and a gun in some form or another – that much is evident from the cover.
Its little things like that that assists a reader in knowing a little more about the story at first glance. Obviously, the book’s blurb is a major information source. But a lot of the times, a reader will see a cover long before the blurb (especially if they are skimming websites for something to read), so I have to make sure that I assist the author any way I can in drawing the reader in. They’ve worked hard on their story, put together a blurb, made sure the title fits the books and is something that will catch attention, and then it falls on me to wrap their hard work in a pretty package.