An image of the entire "3 Second Attraction" product, which includes a book plus 12 bonus modules.
The image should look roughly like the attached TonyRobbinsProduct.png, except instead of depicting Tony Robbins' "The Path to Permanent Weight Loss" product, it should depict Mehow's "3 Second Attraction" product.
The book cover should incorporate both the Mehow company logo and a version of the 3 Second Attraction product logo.
The 3 Second Attraction product logo attached. Also attached is the logo representing Mehow Publishing, Inc, the maker of 3 Second Attraction. The "m" part of the logo (not necessarily the "be social" part) needs to go somewhere on the book cover and on all the modules.
Here are the titles of the 12 bonus modules:
* How to Get The Perfect Girl
* No Strings Attached Dating
* How to Get Your Ex Back
* How to Build a Social Circle
* Turn Friends Into Lovers
* Using Lifestyle Supremacy to Close
* Daygame Domination
* Magic Messaging
* Remote Control Online Game
* Relationship Game
* The Girl Typer
* How to Score If You're Older
Each bonus module includes a written version and an audio version. The actual product (book plus 12 bonus modules) is purely downloadable online. But the goal of this image is to make the product look like a rich variety of different types of materials, to make it feel like you're getting a good value for the price.
Therefore each of the 12 bonus modules can be represented as anything that contains text and/or audio content. For example, any of the 12 bonus modules can be depicted using any of these form factors:
* CD cases
* Books (that somehow look different from the main 3SA book)
* Spiral-bound notebooks
For some of the modules that take up more space in the image, it may be necessary to give them their own design and graphics specific to that module (but unified with the larger 3SA brand). For other modules that take up less space in the image, their title might not even be readable. For example, we might show a CD which is mostly covered by another CD and then its module title wouldn't be readable.