Posts made in March, 2015


If you’ve visited my Testimonials sections, you may have seen these words from Sandi Rog: If you’re looking for an incredible designer, go no further. Roseanna White’s talent surpasses any I have ever seen! And Sandi backs up her encouragement, let me just tell you–she recommends me to everyone. I owe her for being the one to help me branch out into freelance work, and I think about half of my clients have come on her...

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I love it when an author has a clear idea of what she wants in a book cover. =) Such was the case with Cara Luecht and Gathered Waters. She gave me a clear idea of what she wanted, and then I had the fun of bringing it to life. Easy peasy. 😉 Cara messaged me one day and said, “Have you seen Amber Perry’s book cover? I love that style. Could we do something like that for Gathered Waters?” This is the cover she loved...

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Designing a brand new cover has its challenges…but so does designing a book in a series. You have to make sure it follows the pattern, yet is unique and strong. And when you weren’t the one to design the first cover? It makes it interesting. One of the first books WhiteFire Publishing contracted was Shadowed in Silk by Christine Lindsay. Set in India during the end of the British Raj, just after WWI, this is a historical...

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Recently I had a brand-new-to-me project on my plate–the cover for a spunky, urbane contemporary that would cross over between the Christian and mainstream markets.   I knew the job was coming for a few months but didn’t need to start it yet…but I was mulling. I knew this cover would stretch my creativity. See, almost all my other fiction covers had called for a model photo. This one didn’t. On this one we...

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Come behind the design for the header of The Lord’s Lady! A friend of mine started a blog called The Lord’s Lady: Women Growing in the Word, and it’s dedicated to study and meditating on Scripture. I’ve subscribed and am looking forward to digging deeper into faith with other women who share my heart.   So. The header. =) Sandi emailed with details on exactly what she was looking for. A medieval looking...

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