Color and the Cover
Creating a book is a somewhat lengthy and love-filled project. That's two reasons why I love this business. It takes awhile to get your book done the way you want it, but with careful nurturing, you'll have an item you can treasure, well, for the rest of your life and some. It will undoubtedly be passed on to the next generation.
Right now, we're working on the cover to "The Joy Journal." Take a look. This is our third color change. And I think it's still a little too pink, what do you think?
For comparison, here's how it started, a little more purple-y.
They may seem like minor changes, but covers are key. A cover is the face of the material you are presenting. While it's popular to say, "don't judge a book by it's cover," a cover does give detailed hints about what's inside your book. It's something that takes a lot of t-l-c (tender loving care). It takes time and a lot of thought to pick the right cover. Do you have any thoughts on this one?