Saturday, January 25, 2014

The Wright person for the job

One of the most enjoyable things about producing novels is enlisting the help of others on jobs that, frankly, should be left to others. And few jobs, of course, are more important than creating the cover.

Last month I sought and received assistance from Indiana designer Laura Wright LaRoche. In a matter of a few days, she was able to create a cover that captured the spirit of a book about nineteen-year-old identical twin sisters who travel in time to 1964.

I would recommend Laura to any author in need of a cover illustrator. Examples of her work can be found on her LLPix Photography & Design web site.

Work continues on The Mirror. I expect to publish the fifth and final book in the Northwest Passage series by early March.

1 comment:

  1. Nice work! It would tempt me to click on it.