Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Is that title enough to make you wonder when you are? I’ve stepped away from writing The Delta Pearl, and editing Dead of Winter. For a moment, I’m indulging in a fascination with doors.
Dan Antion is the new host of “Thursday Doors,” a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Bloggers create their own Thursday Doors post each week. Yes, I know it’s not Thursday… There’s some flexibility — I prefer to post on Wednesdays and Saturdays, so I’m keeping that schedule.
Updated to add my entry for the Thursday Doors Badge Contest.
Last week I announced that I’ve added a page to this blog for the “designed & ready” book covers service I’m offering. (Thanks to Dan for coming up with that term.) Why have I brought those two very different topics together? I was inspired to create a collection of doors themed book covers!
Ríordáin Book Cover Designs — Doors
Click any image and WordPress will take you to a slideshow version where the covers are a little larger.
You can view my entire portfolio if you click here. That page also includes pricing information. Today I’m also showing a Doors gallery on this post. These are also available in a slideshow on the book covers page.
I hope you’ll click over and browse around. There are nine categories. Currently the portfolio includes more than 40 unique cover designs.
One of my recent designs is a new cover for “Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam.” The amazing D. Wallace Peach included a review, along with her extraordinary reading list. Click over and see all the wonderful books she’s been reading. Diana’s reviews here.
Also, don’t forget — Winter is coming!
Wishing you an easy coast down the other side of this midweek hump.
Hugs on the wing!
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