He did all the corrections I asked. Wonderful cover. Unexpected.
Easily one of the best designers I've ever worked with. Responsive, exceptionally talented, and a joy to collaborate with.
- Navy Thriller
As always, Amber_85 is flexible and open to ideas. Grateful for her talent.
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We write and publish adventure novels and thrillers with a strong focus on intrigue, action, and adrenaline. Target readers for this book are fans of Tom Clancy, Stephen Coonts, and Clive Cussler.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need a book cover for a military adventure novel titled ‘Verbal Orders.’ The story takes place in the present, and it involves a U.S. Navy CH-46 helicopter and a lot of action. Much of the plot is centered in the jungles of southern Philippines.
The protagonists are both helicopter pilots, one of whom has left the U.S. Navy to work for the CIA. They’re searching for (and trying to rescue) the daughter of an American oil millionaire, who has been kidnapped by Muslim extremists and is being held on a small island in the Philippines.
Graphic elements may involve any or all of the following: a U.S. Navy CH-46 helicopter, a U.S. Navy “AE” type ammunition ship (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_…s_.28AE.29), the sea, a jungle covered island, and a woman in captivity.
The Muslims in this book are Filipino, not Middle Eastern. There should be no indications of Middle Eastern culture.
The title text should suggest action, adventure, and/or military aviation.
The text on the front, spine, and back covers should be set as separate layers, so that I can edit the wording as marketing strategies for the book change over time.
I’m uploading a Photoshop template that is already sized for the book.