With over 15 years experience, I aim to keep my designs fresh - simple, beautiful, balanced and affordable. Surrounded by nature and a short walk from the beach, all I need to feel inspired is right here!
I try to live by the motto "less is more" and keep my designs simple and unique with that as inspiration ... from branding, book covers, premade book covers, logos, postcards, bookmarks to social media banners/ads and more.
Send me a message and we can chat about a fresh design!
Over my past year with Booktrope, I've found my niche of book design! Over 70 titles designed and now almost 40 published works! I work with authors in a wide range of genres from concept to file completion.
As the 1st graphic designer at Brentwood College School, my role was to bring all the visual pieces together and to reflect our branding in a consistent manner. Including ad design, brochures, invitations, signage, letterhead, business cards, the school magazine and yearbook.
From book cover design to branding, pre-made book covers to social media banners/postcard/bookmarks. Send me a message and we can chat about a fresh design!
Starvation Takes Many Forms Ash Park, a run-down suburb of Detroit, might not be the most idyllic place to live, but for Hannah Montgomery, it’s safe. At least, it feels that way until a serial killer starts dicing up women from the shelter where she volunteers. Despite the ever-present tingling at the nape of her neck, Hannah manages to convince herself that the killings have nothing to do wi... read more
People tell Olivia her online beau may actually be helping her fading marriage. The saleswoman she met at an adult toy party claims satisfaction is about the heat, not the source. Olivia’s therapist suggests her romantic fantasies could stoke the embers of her twenty-plus-year relationship. Even Olivia’s lust interest, Jake, says, “I tell myself I’m good for you.” But Olivia knows the only thi... read more
Friendship, loss and a tantalizing trip to Paris in this highly praised #1 Amazon Best Seller in Women's Fiction that Kirkus Reviews calls a "can't-put-down-book" and an "absorbing adventure."When Amy loses her best friend, Kat, to cancer, she knows their dream of a secret trip to Paris will never come true. Yet Kat’s words haunt her, urging her to embark on the Paris trip alone and shed the d... read more
When Germany invades France in 1940, Cecily Lefort can’t imagine how the aristocratic comforts of life as a French doctor’s wife are about to disappear. A return to native England eventually leads Cecily back to France, this time as a secret agent. Cecily is one of 13 female Special Operations Executive (SOE) spies who do not survive to tell their story. But a 100-year old family-owned photogr... read more
Blogger Marcia Kester Doyle tells it like it is and nothing is off limits. Who Stole My Spandex? is a witty selection of stories from Doyle’s madcap world of menopausal pitfalls, wardrobe malfunctions, and a family full of pranksters. This clever compilation includes laugh-out-loud pieces like "Queen of Klutz,” "One Size Fits None," and "Hands off my Egg Roll!" From couples' colonoscopies to n... read more
When fifteen minutes of fame goes horribly wrong… Charlotte Young and her five closest friends ring in the New Year on a ski vacation in the swanky, celebrity-packed French Alps, where her world collides with long-time celeb crush, Des Bannerman—aka “The King of Rom-Com.” Unexpectedly, Charlotte finds herself happily reconciled to an innocent evening of drinking champagne, gambling, and chatti... read more
Can life change between heartbeats? Diana joyfully awakens on her seventeenth birthday. But at breakfast, during a heated argument, she finds that the man she knows as her father - is not. Diana begins a journey where she learns shocking truths hidden just beneath the surface. She discovers family is more than shared DNA and finds who will help her when it appears all hope is gone. Is this a y... read more
What happens to a snowflake when it falls? To a snowflake, falling may be the scariest thing in the world, but the Curious Snowflake longs to know the truth. She travels throughout the Great Cloud, asking every snowflake she can what happens when they fall, and finds that, while everyone has ideas about it, none of them truly know. Then the Curious Snowflakes falls herself and discovers the tr... read more
“You’ll have a great time,” said the Parentals. But Princess Sydney knows better! America’s favorite crafty cockapoo reluctantly embarks on summer vacation, along with her bumbling brother, Buddy. She expected chaos, but she she never expected to lose her cool when the trip takes an unplanned turn. Silly boy dogs, leftover pizza, and fair maidens are just a few of the bumps along their travels... read more
Eyes Like Lighthouses is Dane Cobain’s first book of poetry, distilled from the sweat of a thousand memorised performances in this reality and others. It’s not for the faint-hearted. “I’ve never seen anyone do a stream of consciousness piece as talented as that. Very impressed.” – Mark Allard-Will, author of Saskatch-A-Man and co-founder of Cuckoo’s Nest Press “Dane’s poetry is a multi-layered... read more
Mourning his son after a tragic accident, Staff Sergeant Samuel Mulwrey must command his Army Ranger platoon during cold-weather training in the wintry wilds of Alaska. It’s his last chance to pull his troops – and himself – together. After a blinding whiteout separates Mulwrey and three other Rangers from their unit, they seek refuge in what seems like a cheerful, homey chalet nestled in the ... read more
Bipolar Goggles is the stunning memoir of one woman’s “coming out bipolar.” Joan Jessup recalls her shape-shifter journey in movie-like scenes: losing her mind to abusive Husband No. 1, manic rap-loving mom of five to Husband No. 2, hell on wheels NASCAR queen with Husband No. 3, run-away bride to Husband No. 4, and moonstruck mother of a “sensory” child with Husband No. 5. What’s her regret? ... read more
“My plan was simple. I would get married, have kids, and live happily ever after. However, life doesn’t always follow the path we plan for ourselves.” When Jill Murphy became pregnant at the age of seventeen, she was faced with some difficult decisions. Unsure of how to be the mother she knew her child deserved, Murphy chose adoption for her baby. Years later, after she married the man of her ... read more
Two threads are flawlessly woven together in this sweeping historical novel. In one, Gudrun, a Burgundian noblewoman, dares to enter the City of Attila to give its ruler what she hopes is a cursed sword; the second reveals the unimaginable events that have driven her to this mission. Based in part on the true history of the times and in part on the same Nordic legends that inspired Wagner’s Ri... read more
Humor writer Kimberly “Kimba” Dalferes dishes on a wide variety of topics–from days of her youth spent blissfully on the shores of Florida’s beaches to menopause and empty nests–in her nonfiction collection Crazy Southern Irish Gal Two-Book Bundle. In both titles: I Was In Love With a Short Man Once and Magic Fishing Panties, Dalferes’ crazy Southern Irish gal perspective inspires her illustra... read more
It’s a memoir. Please don’t call it a mom-oir. That sh*t’s just patronizing. This is the book that wrote itself in Pauline M. Campos’ head when she realized that her baby had become a toddler and the expiration date on her socially acceptable baby weight had worn out. The Latina Magazine #Dimelo advice columnist and Aspiring Mama blogger gave herself a one-year-or-bust deadline, then embarked ... read more
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