After you make your purchase, you will directed to a download link.
No, they are not. They are resold to many customers.
You will receive each page of the web template as a layered and editable Photoshop file and a jpg file for quick viewing. You will also receive a readme.txt file with information about fonts and images.
You. I just reserve the right to show in my portfolios and for promotion.
Sure. Send me an email via the contact form to discuss it.
Sure, just ask me via the contact form and I will email you a watermarked cover with your title and author name so you can see if you like it. Be sure to include the name of the book.
Yes, they are.
I purchase images mostly from 123rf.com. The license allows up to 500,000 copies.
When the project is complete, I will ask you to paypal the money to me.
I could, but I would really not recommend it. Usually a client will ask me for the image so they can put the text on themselves. In these cases, the result generally looks amateurish. If you need a change made to the text, ask me to do it.
My specialties are Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, Action and Adventure, Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Dystopian, and Apocalypse. I’ve also done Young Adult, Middle Grade, and Historical.
Sure. Just contact me about which changes you need. For small changes, there is no additional charge. If you need many or difficult changes, I will add an additional fee. (Be sure to include the name of the cover when you contact me.)
Nope, it’s all yours.
I do use stock images, so there may be someone out there using the same image(s). However, I try to combine/manipulate the photos so the covers look unique.
You get a jpeg 1600×2400, 72 dpi for your e-book. If you ask for a paperback, you’ll get a file in 300 dpi resolution, in whatever size you request.
Usually, a couple of hours, but please allow 2 business days to receive your files. If you don’t hear from me within that time frame, please send me a message via the contact form.