Once classes started in September, we wasted no time getting the ball rolling on our newest title, WHERE WE CALL HOME: ESSAYS FROM THE LANDS, SEAS, AND SKIES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST by Josephine Woolington. We kicked off the term by finalizing the title and are rolling ahead with the cover design and copyedits.
Everyone likes Filipino food, and we are shamelessly capitalizing on that love. After all, when else will we get to work on a book with the words “egg rolls” in the title?
It is important that designers capture the light-hearted, feel-good nature of a contemporary romance story through its cover design in order to gain the attention of readers.
When it comes to publishing, you should judge a book by its color. Color theory is a popular topic in discussions about interior design, website design, fashion, and elsewhere, but it also plays a vital role in the publishing industry.
Cover design is an important, frequently complicated affair for any press, but Ooligan’s process probably has most beat.
The adage “don’t judge a book by its cover” has been proven to be bad advice not only for readers but also for publishers’ marketing teams. As it turns out, books’ covers are often exactly what they’re judged by.