Saturday, January 11, 2014
“The Major Pitfall Can Be Being Too Literal About What Happens in the Book, a Healthy Amount
of Artistic Licence Is Needed”
I don’t often see authors giving widespread kudos to the folks who design their book covers, but J. Sydney Jones--who I interviewed for Kirkus Reviews last year--has devoted a generous amount of real estate in his blog to Jem Butcher, a freelancer who created the front for Jones’ new historical mystery, A Matter of Breeding (Severn House), as well as its two predecessors. You’ll find their conversation about creating top-quality and relevant book fronts here.
Posted by J. Kingston Pierce at 12:51 PM