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Novelist - seven published - female 35-55
I am the author. Historical Action/Romance/Robbery inspired by true story (1914) Independent publishing Amazon trade paperback/e-book
6x9 trade paperback/e-book cover
Colors to Explore
Title only: BAR HARBOR GOLD
Top 3 Things
Gilded Age/Romance of high seas/adventure
Think front cover portrait orientation with ocean liner - 1914-era. Lots of travel posters were portrait orientation.
Back cover/spine also part of designe, but minimal.
All about the impact of the front cover, as it will appear as a thumbnail online, and readers will be attracted.
See Normandie classic poster in jpgs... that kind of impact.
Typeface... Blended transition from Art Nouveau to Art Deco era... Gilded Age... luxury...
Here's the novel's slugline: August 15, 1915...
At the outbreak of WWI, Europe-bound German ocean liner Kronprinzessen Cecilie makes a mid-Atlantic 180-degree turnaround to escape pursuing British and French warships and takes refuge in exclusive resort, Bar Harbor in -- then-neutral -- United States. Filled with millions of gold bullion and the cream of American society, it's all dressed up with no place to go and nothing to do but be the hit of the summer's high society crowd and be the target for a glorious attempt at "going for the gold."