Here’s just a short list of cover designers for indie authors to use.
I’ve worked with a few of these listed in the past, and many come highly recommended from various sources. This list is in no way comprehensive (obviously – look at how short it is!), but I hope to grow this list in time.
If you know of any designers you’d like to see added to this list, link them below!
As a former Royal Marine Commando, Brad Morgan is among the best of the best. Now heading up his own unit in the private security world, he lives by the mottos he served by. When Alicia Gladstone, a star in the entertainment industry, is put under threat, Brad and his team at Morgan and Fairchild must step in to find a killer before it’s too late. At the peak of physical and mental fitness, all his years of training are put to the test when he is forced into a world artificial by nature, and too distracting for his own good. But it isn’t the environment that poses the biggest threat. It is the past he ran away from, one he thought he had overcome.
HELL YEAH FUCKIN’ RIGHT. TODAY IS THE DAY AND IT ALMOST SLIPPED RIGHT PAST ME. I swear, April was dragging for the longest and now, all of a sudden, it’s May! Which means a lot of things to me for a lot of different reasons, my favorite of which is my second novel is officially available for purchase.
Wow, I fail! To celebrate the month leading up to the release of Procession of Eternity: Book Two and, simultaneously, the (slightly belated) first birthday of The Soul: Book One, I’ll be hosting my first Goodreads Giveaway!
The Kindle version of the sequel to my debut novel, Procession of Eternity: Book Two, is available for preorder through Amazon RIGHT NOW. Get your hands on it fresh off the (digital) press and be the first to share your thoughts on it with the world. :] If this sounds like your cuppa Coke, simply visit its Amazon page and click “PREORDER.”
I’m incredibly excited to announce (a little belatedly, but whatevs!) the release of Callum McLaughlin’s first ever poetry collection – the first of many, I can only hope. I’ve already read, reviewed and loved his debut novel, The Vessel, while his second, False Awakening, sits patiently in my ever-growing TBR.