wwmelchior got their new book cover by running a design contest:
clean and classic Christmas in coastal Maine romance for women
Check out wwmelchior's Book cover contest…
W. Stewart lives in a fun-filled house near Philadelphia with her husband and children. Between the six of them, there is a golfer, a golfer, a golfer, a golfer, a painter, and a writer.
RECLAIMING CHRISTMAS is woman who struggled with a childhood illness for many years. As a result, she has kept her past - her family, her hometown, her old flame - at arms length because the memories she associates with them are painful. When a colleague gives her a newspaper article about Newberry, Maine, the town where she grew up, she searches for the childhood Christmas journals that she wrote from a hospital bed years ago. Reading them creates a desire to reclaim all the moments she missed out on, the Christmas activities and traditions, but ends up leading her down a path of self-discovery, reconciliation, and love. THERE IS A LIGHTHOUSE (think coastal Maine). There is also a quirky town square Christmas tree made from lobster traps stacked on top of each other. See PDF I attached.
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CHRISTMAS - snow, traditional colors. The only other thought I had to make it stand out from the crowded market is to make it monochromatic, all whites and silvers (perhaps one of the handblown glass ornaments? An angel?) with a single red Christmas bow that grabs the buyer's attention. I am feeling this idea more and more
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.
wwmelchior collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
We think contests are a super fun way to get design.
Recently completed contests:
Women between the ages of 25 and 64, primarily female-identifying EU, UK, USA, and Canada
Older adults, mostly females who have read The Naive Bumblebee, and males; people who like fantasy stories or light sci-
This memoir is relevant to a wide range of adults from 20-somethings on up. Caregiving for a loved one bridges genders,
English-speaking adult men (and women) in North America and Europe who enjoy dystopian science fiction and fantasy
Those interested in spirituality and fiction books and fantasy
Restaurant Owner/Operators 30-60
No reading, only coloring. All adults ages 18+