Stifled wordsmith re-embracing my creativity. I like to write stories that tap into raw human emotions.
Author of "Bristow Spirits on Route 66", magazine articles, four books under a pen name, technical writing, stories for my grandkids.
Creating Book Covers
Start writing...Wil the photo on this story be "THE" cover for my next children's book? I'm not sure yet. I'm still debating on whether Lil Hoot is a single character in the story, in which case it would be "Lil Hoot's Halloween" and not the plural "Lil Hoots' Halloween" as shown on this story cover photo. I also haven't decided if Mummy with a Pumpkin is staying in the bottom left corner but he did fill that black void very nicely. By now you are probably thinking, wait, what? You don't know yet whether your book is about one character or multiple characters - but you are making a book cover? Isn't that a bit bass-ackwards? (yes, my family really says that word that isn't really a word.)