sales cs got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Design Exciting Vintage book cover for Western Story set in 1920s Oklahoma
Check out sales cs's Book cover contest…
Faith Lights a Flame: A Silver Receiver Story
Loni Kemper Moore
Loni Kemper Moore, a technical support engineer with a BA in Bible and graduate work from the University of Evansville, lives in Colorado Springs with her dear "Hugsband," Robert. She loves researching history and spending time with their children and grand-miracles. Having grown up hearing Dust Bowl stories, Loni's grandmother’s tale of testifying in her father’s murder trial as a 14-year-old where Loni's great-grandfather was accused of killing a student struck her imagination to become Faith Lights a Flame.
Seventeen-year-old Francesca “Chessa” Campbell would give anything to have her perfect family, back. Instead, her father faces a death sentence, her mother takes ill, and her heritage suddenly makes her the target of prejudice in the small 1920’s New Mexico town. Then a single act irrevocably changes her life forever . . . and rescue comes in the unlikely form of her new teacher, Walker Smythe. Hoping to earn enough money to finish college and forget the woman who broke his heart, Walker Smythe rides a train for three-days from Indiana to the Texas Panhandle to become a cowhand. Instead, he accepts a teaching position in Clayton, New Mexico, to replace a man dismissed in disgrace. Even though Walker secretly questions his faith, friends call him straight as an arrow—and he is. At least, until he is permanently disabled and realizes the only woman who has caught his attention is one of his students. Thrown together by fate and circumstance, Walker and Chessa must forge a life together. But will the drought hitting the American southwest and dust storms swirling across the plains rip them apart? Find out in this compelling story of faith, love, and the power of forgiveness.
Genres: Historical, Christian, romance, suspense. adult women 30s-70s
Other color requirements
we are looking for brighter life colors rather than sepia.
This story is a historical suspense with a love story NOT straight romance. Main characters: a teenage poor Latina girl from a small town, a red-haired man who has worked on ranches and now is a schoolteacher. Terrain of story is 1920s Black Mesa area. Story opens with foot-high buffalo grass, by end of story plowed land causes barren dustbowl conditions. A website with a few images that could be helpful is https://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.18259 Some scenes from the book that could be portrayed: father's trial for murder held in a small town, branding cattle, visiting a shanty town built by homeless during 1930s USA Depression, train trip through west, vista from highest point in Oklahoma.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
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And then… they selected a winner!
Book cover: Designer was very responsive with changes, kept costs of images and fonts low, and went above and beyond to make sure everything was satisfactory. Very highly recommended!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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