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How js28000 started their book cover journey
The Opron Insurgency : Book 5 of the Alliance Conflict
Continuing saga - Humans search for a lost fleet so that they can wage a war with the Hiriculans.
Science fiction fans
There are three iconic scenes in the book.
-The first is a massive fighter battle that takes place in outer space. i envision a few fighters close up, then points to represent hundreds more with a cool looking space background. Both sides use the same fighters - (use Adobe dollar photo club 59305639)
-The second scene is a white, brunette female standing in a corridor of an alien space ship. She is described as short and thin. Her hands should be covered with blue paint. There should be a crudely painted blue arrow on the floor, and maybe a spray paint can in one of her hands to show that she just painted it (Use Adobe dollar photo club 11277754 or 117020063 or something similar).
- The third is two men standing in a space station looking out the window at Earth.
-I am open to other suggestions and ideas. It doesn't have to be a recreation of one of these scenes.
Note: This is book 5 in the series. The text must match previous book covers.
What to avoid
Front cover only. No full covers.
Only text that matches existing covers in the series will be accepted.