I think I might have figured out how “bleed” works (cross-page images) in a children’s book.
I am just loading up my test book now. We’ll see in a few days if this works!
Then I’ll finally be able to create the children’s books for patient authors Curtis Corey and Ibi Obomanu!!
Hurrah! Hurrah! I just got my fourth review for my witch cozy mystery and it’s a 5-star! Happy happy!
If you’ve read this and haven’t posted a review yet, please do! I’m trying to reach 10 reviews.
If you haven’t read it yet, here’s a link to a free giveaway for the book!
Don’t have my new Salem cozy mystery yet?
Here’s a FREE giveaway where you could win a FREE Kindle copy of your very own!
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I need help. I have several artists waiting for me to lay out their “full bleed” children’s books – i.e. images which span pages.
To make sure I got the hang of it, I’m making one of my own first to experiment with.
Would anyone like to poke through it?
Also, any thoughts on improving this cover?
I like the concept but it’s just not coming together for me. Thanks!
Or maybe this instead?
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! I’ve gotten my THIRD review on Spirits and it’s another five-star! My streak continues!
I need 10 reviews to start using the marketing newsletters – if you’ve ready this and haven’t reviewed yet, please do!
Left vs Right?
Feel free to mix and match fonts and ideas in your suggestions.
Who would like to beta-read it? Short story 4,000 words. It involves cell phone signals and Wi-Fi signals so I could also use technical help there, if anyone is into those things.
I just finished the first live release for my dear friend Tom Brook’s memoir on autism. The Kindle version will be going live soon!
In the meantime, I’m linking to the first book in his sci-fi trilogy.
An Autistic soldier is threatened with “normalization” technology to “fix” his brain. He goes on the run.
In the image, the new memoir cover is on the left, followed by the three books in his existing trilogy.
I just finished an edit and reload of Thomas Hollyday’s latest book War Boat to fix a minor typo. Thomas is 77 years old and working on book 10 in his Chesapeake Bay mystery series!
He’s going strong! Quite inspiring.
Here’s a link to book 1 in the series which is FREE – 226 ratings and 4.1/5 stars!
Hurrah! I just created a paperback and Kindle version of a delightful children’s story by Jane Nozzolillo. Jane is 96 years old and an amazing inspiration to us all.
This story was featured in our Animal Crackers compilation book.
I’ll let you know when it’s live!
Here’s the full compilation:
Last chance! Today! FREEEEE!
Download your copy and enjoy for the Halloween season!
My stories are psychological rather than gory and are suitable for teens-and-up.
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