It has been such a blessing to work with Virtually Possible Designs for my Christian apologetics book cover. Her designs went above and beyond what I had in mind, and I absolutely cannot wait for the public to see her winning design. She is a true professional for sure! :)
How dholc started their book cover journey
Dustin Holcombe holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Henderson State University and a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. He is passionate about equipping Christians of all ages with the tools needed to confidently defend their Christian faith in an ever-increasingly secular world. He has been a featured author at The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily and other influential websites. Dustin lives in Arkansas, “The Natural State.” You can visit his website at crossingopinion.blogspot.com
We put helmets on before riding bicycles and seatbelts on in cars; how much more important is it to protect our very souls? Is it smart to risk meeting death’s door with a faith system that could be a mere invention of man? Given the stakes at hand, we should be significantly more careful in the decisions we make about our faith and let evidence speak for itself. Crossing Opinion is a roadmap, following this evidence wherever it leads by means of a well-reasoned, objective, and timely investigation that’s never been more important than now. This is a book for anyone, whether they hold to a faith system or not, to be used as a one-stop shop to test if their beliefs are based on feelings-based opinions or on the confidence of solid facts.
Teenagers and up. Christians, those from other faith systems, those who are searching for a faith system, agnostics, and atheists.
Book cover type
Kindle Direct Publishing
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Whichever colors allow a shadow to be easily seen, similar to the picture I uploaded for inspiration (though it is far too dark, making the shadow hard to see).
The title, subtitle, and author name should all be in high definition, crisp letters. Clean, crisp look. Minimalist design but not an overly minimalist design. Any color palette is acceptable at the moment, since I am not set on any specific colors at this time. Thank you!
What to avoid
Colors that do not allow a shadow to be seen. Fonts that looks like the cover was made with Word or Canva. Fonts that are hard to read or are not crisp.