Monday, August 09, 2010

Which book cover would you have selected?


Thought you would get a kick out of these two images. Graphic designer Chad Snyder was responsible for the layout and cover design for my book Martha Ann's Quilt for Queen Victoria. I had three book covers to select from. Here are two of them. Which one would you have selected - the pink or the green? Enjoy!

10 comments:

Elizabeth Ann said...

I like the blue, the pink is nice but something special about the blue one.

Littlebook said...

I like the green one. I think it shows her potential and her wonder of and longing for the world.

Wepa said...

I like the pink one...it's stronger in terms of giving a visual story.

BLUEBUTTERFLY said...

Pink!

Millie said...

I like both of them but the green is really talking to me.

Sandra Scott Textile Artist said...

I think I would go for the pink one, I can identify with the little girl creating something special. It could have been me.

Karoda said...

the pink one does it for me, seeing her enjoying the stitching is much more emotionally appealing than seeing her board the ship.

LoveBug Studios said...

I like the green cover in terms of layout, but the photo in the pink cover is more relevant to the immediate story (I agree with Karoda.)

Iya said...

Hi, Kyra!
The pink is visually more related to the story. The green illus-trates the building to the climax.
Probably, however, the pink would be more appealing to more target audiences:little girls and quilters. My choice, being neither little, a girl, or a quilter, is the green. (smile)

D.L. Beverly said...

The green doesn't correlate with the title. The pink does that.