I received over 250 designs in my contest for a thriller book cover, and B&J came out on top with a thrilling, classy, high-quality design that perfectly fit the mood I wanted. Made changes with amazing speed, came up with fresh suggestions, was polite and professional throughout. The sort of designer for whom everything seems effortless. Very highly recommended, and can't wait for our next project!
- Zoe Shtorm
It's always a pleasure working with Zoe. She does beautiful work. She's super responsive, quick and makes changes based on feedback.
How Majorabona started their book cover journey
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Entertainment & The Arts
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Book publishing for Indie Authors.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I have written a psychological suspense, murder mystery novel. The main character is a psychiatrist with a fatal flaw: she suffers from a sexual addiction. Her compulsion leads her to become unwittingly involved in a murder.
The novel has many exciting twists and turns to keep the reader guessing until the final scene when everything they thought they knew, suddenly unravels. I'd like the cover to look mysterious, with medical, psychiatric and erotic elements. There are three main characters:
1. the psychiatrist who has dark hair and hazel eyes
2. a surgeon who looks like Colin Farrel
3. a female detective
The psychiatrist and surgeon become embroiled in a murder and an unintended romance.
I want the cover to attract an intelligent reader (no Harlequin romance cartoonish characters) who enjoys mysteries and some light erotica. The cover does not need to include the characters as long as the symbolism of murder, serial killings, medicine and erotica are evident.
I have attached an image that looks like the razor in the book. Of course it cannot be used exactly because I got it off the internet, but it will help with the image and feel I'm trying to convey.