Earlier this week, my novelette "Guest of Honor" got a facelift. Click on this link to view it (and purchase, if you already haven't--heck, it's only $.99)
Why did I decide to change covers?
Let me be honest, I liked the first design with the sexy girl on the cover. But it didn't portrait the essence of what the book was about. So, I changed it.
As I march closer and closer to the publication of my thriller Beholder's Eye, I've been thinking a lot about covers lately. For my two published works so far, I've created them myself--I know, I know, they're still not up to the highest standards, but they're better than the boilerplate Amazon puts on their books. In my research, I found two companies I've been considering to design the cover for Beholder's Eye.
Graphicz X Designs
I'm sure there are others out there, but right now these are two interesting ones I found. If you know of any others out there, or if you are a book cover designer, please feel free to add yourself to the comments section below.
I have a lot cooking on the writing stove. For the first draft of my alternative military history novel, I am currently on chapter 37 with close to 44K words.