Saturday, 14 December 2013

Cover ideas for Radio Hope, what do you think?

My talented brother-in-law, who designed the cover for A Fine Likeness, has done a new cover for me for Radio Hope. It's a work-in-progress. This one is the one he sent.

Here's how it would look at the standard 68 pixel-wide Amazon thumbnail size. This is a post-apocalyptic novel and I want the cover to communicate toxicity and decay. I'm probably going to ask him to move the entire image up a bit so that there will be more room under my name for the words "A Toxic World Novel" or "Toxic World Book One"

If you click on the Radio Hope link above you can get a free download of the first 51,000 words. I'd love to get some feedback and anyone who does gets a free electronic copy when it comes out in February. I'll be taking this preview down in a week so grab it now!

And below the cut are some alternative colors my wife and I came up with. Which do you like best? Any other suggestions? I'm all ears!



4 comments:

PCresswell said...

I like the original green.

Sioux's Page said...

I like the first one--the green one--as well. I think your brother-in-law did an excellent job. The lettering gives the impression of some stability and some fracturing/decay.

Francisco J. Carrera said...

I also like the green one. Nice job indeed.

Francisco J. Carrera said...

I also like the green one (reminds me of the toxic pits in Doom). Nice job indeed.

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