Transforming your words into the pages in a book requires a skill of its own. Books come in all shapes, sizes, colour and formats. And how they look dictates the response from a reader browsing for a book on a shelf in a bookstore or online.
So, a lot of care and thought goes into the cover design and the look, feel and style of your book. A book’s readability is crucial too and that dictates how the inside pages will be laid out … the typeface and type size … black and white or colour … photos … so much to consider.
That’s why God invented graphic designers and while Wayne Curtis, who I use to design book covers and interiors for my authors, might think he is ‘God’s gift to designers’, he is really a very talented and intuitive artist with a keen eye for designs that stand out on shelves and online.
Take a look at Wayne’s work on his site and the books on this site.