The Memory of Loss July 3, 2017 Posted by Nathan The Memory of Loss “I think this stock photo I found will work perfectly for your book cover.” “Terrific! Let’s just put this image of desk stuff on top of the upper half, and we’ll be ready!” “What? But I –” “I WANT THE DESK STUFF DON’T TRY TO STOP ME” Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterest Tags: layers upon layers, random imagery ◀ Firecrystal Deep Karma Chameleon (Renaissance 2.0: Carnival of Characters, Crusades, and Causes) ▶ Comments WOW. Who takes a perfectly great image like that–an image that should make a really tight cover, with the right typography…and kibosh it like that? That’s just sinful. SINFUL. Out, damn crufty layers, out! Maybe she’ll read these, and remove the crufty bits (and, please, author, get a better font. Too. You have the beginnings of a truly good cover. Please, we’re beggin’ you.) Reply If the distraction caused by the great clutter in the sky were to be removed, there would be only one strong focal point. Therefore, one must conclude, based upon the viewpoint assigned to the potential buyer, that this book was written for billy goats. Reply Just taking a walk on the railroad tracks while letting my mind wander. What could possibly happen? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.