WW Photo Challenge: Eggs

I’m participating in Celia Reaves’ photo challenge. Every Friday, she posts a photo with a theme starting with a letter of the alphabet. This week – it is the letter E. As before, I’m posting one of my pre-made book covers.

I just realize that all my covers are a form of storytelling as much as my written stories are. This time, it is a story about a girl who helps the dragons protect their precious eggs. I have 2 more visual stories (book covers) about the same girl, the dragons, and their eggs. You could see them here:

Saving her Egg
The Dragon’s Egg

Egg for the E.

My book covers are mostly made from images I found on several free image websites, like Pixabay.com. Sometimes, I add an element or two I discovered as stock on deviantArt, but not this time.

The basic font I use is as much a placeholder as the text. If anyone wants a cover you see here or in my deviantArt gallery for your real book, let me know. I’ll make one for you with a different font, suitable for your title.

 

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5 Responses to WW Photo Challenge: Eggs

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  2. cleemckenzie says:

    I love your cover. Of course, I love all things Dragon, but still I’m intrigued by what you’ve pulled together from your sources and made into an enticing image.

  3. Lee Lowery says:

    I love Pixabay images! I Also enjoy designing book covers, but I only do it for my own work. But I find visuals inspiring.

  4. Widdershins says:

    That is a wonderful ‘story’. 😀

  5. Crystal Collier says:

    Agreed about cover art! It has to tell the genre, the mood, and a hint of what’s to come.

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