Create cover for medieval Scandinavian adventure novel The Exile
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As an independent novelist, scriptwriter, and songwriter, Shiloh Carozza has debuted her creations at a number of venues, including the Advance Newspaper, Hillsdale College, and the national radio program Our American Stories. Her works seek to tell the untold stories of what might have happened in past eras.
When the Scandinavian princess Clare finds herself and her sisters sold into slavery to the ruthless clans inhabiting the unsettled mainland, she meets Delta—a hardened slave girl with a history of her own. Although their morals and perspectives clash initially, each recognizes the other as her chance to escape captivity: for Clare, to rescue her beloved sister; for Delta, to return to her own clan. In their struggle against predators, prejudice, and their own secrets, each woman must question what is worth living for and what, if anything, is worth dying for.
Age: 12-19 Gender: primarily female Location: United States Reading taste: historical fiction, fantasy, folklore
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Imagery that suggests a collision/convergence of the wild (nature) with royalty (specifically using objects that represent the rugged vs. the royal, rather than human figures). A color gradient that moves from darker tones to lighter tones. Imagery, colors, and font that give a distinct ancient/medieval Scandinavian/Viking culture. Optional, subtle inclusion of imagery related to fire.
What to avoid
Nothing that suggests modernity (fonts, colors, mood). Nothing that suggests fantasy, magic, or mythical creatures. Preferably no featuring of a human figure front and center.
$199 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $299.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
semperfidelity7 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Ana was, once again, very helpful and resourceful. She communicated with me throughout the entire process and explained aspects of the design process that were unfamiliar to me as a new author. She delivered the highest quality work I could have hoped for, and made adjustments exactly as requested. I highly recommend her as a designer!
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