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How brentcaplandc started their book cover journey
The Lupus Solution
Dr. Tiffany Caplan & Dr. Brent Caplan
Drs. Tiffany and Brent Caplan are the founders and co-creators of Caplan Health Institute and Central Coast Center for Integrative Health. They have successfully helped thousands of people all over the world regain their health and live more optimal and vibrant lives though their Functional Medicine approach. They are passionate about helping educate, inspire and coach people with chronic conditions such as Lupus and autoimmunity to achieve remission.
The Lupus Solution aims to help educate, inspire and help people with Lupus and autoimmunity better understand their condition and learn the “why” behind this disease as well as steps they can take to better their health and put their disease into remission.
project goal: to intrigue people that are diagnosed with lupus but also those that may not be diagnosed but think they may have it
Women 18-55 in the US suffering from Lupus or dealing with mysterious symptoms and suspecting a Lupus diagnosis.
Book cover type
Don’t know yet
Kindle Direct Publishing
bright eye catching colors
highlights that it is a guide for achieving something
don't like plain white background
cheerful happy people
What colors do you want to see in your design?
the color purple is associated with Lupus and the butterfly is a symbol of Lupus. these can be used but not as the main object/image. we want to portray hope with cheerful eye catching cover.
don't want overly purple cover but should be incorporated, maybe in text?
want to emphasize the subtitle and remission
What to avoid
don't want depictions of sad imagery as in someone suffering (don't want picture of someone with "butterfly" rash etc.