Abdul did an absolutely FANTASTIC job on the cover art. He paid attention to detail and was easy to work with. There were a number of revisions requested, and he was quick to do them and easy to work with. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND him!
- Mr Wolf
Great job from Mr Wolf. A very well balanced design: clear, easy to read, and efficient !
- Novans | Marnov Studio™
This designer was excellent! Very creative, responsive to feedback, and fast.
Alfie did a great job on this project. We love the results.
How mikejquinn1 started their book cover journey
The Dishwasher's Son
Mike J. Quinn
Mike J. Quinn is a husband and father in a multi-national family who he has been trying to unite with American citizenship for over ten years. He is also the author of, "America Needs A DREAM," a book about the benefits of the DREAM Act for America.
This is a story of how the U.S.-Mexican border runs through the middle of a modern American family.
Frank, an American teenager whose father ran off to Mexico after he was born, doesn't like Mexicans much. He even called ICE to report illegals at his work and joined the Minuteman border patrol. When immigration agents finally show up at his job, he is arrested along with several other co-workers. School ID cards don't cut it with ICE. Having a Mexican name didn't help.
After he is deported, he finds an uncle and learns the shocking truth about his father's disappearance and the Mexican heritage he has tried so hard to deny.
Desperate to get home, he takes the advice of a local border merchant and tries several different methods of sneaking across the border. With each new apprehension, the penalties for his crime increase. The next time he is caught, he will be banned from entering the United States for life. Frank's final attempt to get home will take him to the very place his journey began: the Arizona border.
Being a Minuteman volunteer may help him avoid capture. The unforgiving desert could cost him his life.
16-24 yr old living in America and interested or concerned about the immigration problem and how it affects immigrants and Americans. They like to read but are turned off by the seeming futility of the news. The would like to read something positive for a change.
Book cover type
Kindle Direct Publishing
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I really don't know what the cover should look like. I need someone who knows what is needed in a cover to tell a prospective buyer what the book is about in a way that gets them to buy it. The book is about a teenager who hates Mexicans, then through his journey, learns to appreciate his heritage and accepts himself as a Mexican-American.