If your author gives you the message: “I AM NOT SURE WHAT I WANT!!!” you’re in for an adventure. Luckily Andrew Cockrell gave us some ideas to work with.
“The best idea among my inner-circle that has been offered hearkens to the aforementioned epilogue. That idea involves a box – possibly on a quilt or obvious bed cover – with some of its contents scattered outside of it. Some of the contents could be specific to the story (especially the headband tiara, a ticket to a Sound of Music production would be great, photos) and others could be mementos typical of any love relationship (hand-written notes, cards, etc.).”
About A Quarter ’til Life
Michael and Elizabeth are the most unlikely couple on the campus of Campbell University. They come from vastly different backgrounds and have completely different interests. Unbeknownst to each other, they’ve been heading in opposite directions for the past two years. Yet when they meet, sparks fly – quickly and intensely. Is this connection merely a case of “opposites attract,” or are the common desires of their hearts more powerful than their significant differences?
As their bond grows stronger, a major decision looms for Michael, a decision that will have a significant impact on their future as a couple. Will Michael and Elizabeth allow themselves to be vulnerable and transparent with each other as they share their respective hurts and heartbreaks? Can Elizabeth accept Michael’s decision, regardless of its implications on their relationship?
“A Quarter ’til Life” is a ‘falling and being in love’ story that will tug at your heartstrings and pull you into the characters’ world. Michael, Elizabeth, and all of us will find redemption in unlikely ways at unexpected times.
Behind the book cover
Sometimes as a designer you need to be creative to get the images you want for creating a stunning book cover. In this case I took the box and its content picture at my home in a setting the author liked, then I searched until I could find a real ticket to the sound of music and blended everything seamlessly together. Since I needed a mature woman I had to make her look older. I really wanted to create a tender atmosphere but with enough elements to draw the attention of the audience and persuade them to take this book at hand.
We won Andrew’s contest and afterwards he wrote:
“This was my first contest, and it was not easy. I didn’t provide much help in the way of specific guidelines, so designers were flying blindly. Maryna has gone above and beyond to create a design that would work. At every step, she has responded promptly to feedback.
Thank you so much! I look forward to continuing to work with you to get this project to the finish line!”
Now Andrew’s book is available at Amazon and got until now only five star reviews. We are so happy we could assist Andrew in his designing need and are proud to share his success. We hope to have a longtime relationship with him as we do with all our authors.
We wish you a lot of success Andrew and thank you for trusting us.
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