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April 30, 2014


Canadian Apprentice

So many U.S. hardcovers seem to have jacket 'art' that consists of little more than the author's name and book tile in big block letters. That and some sort of symbol (probably repeated on the spine).

I prefer the British way of doing it, with stylized photographic art, often extending around the spine or on the back panel too.

Canadian Apprentice

'tile' => 'title'


Just discovered this site....so great! I am attending my first book conference in a week....I want the editors and agents that I meet to know that I am a lawyer by trade and that I am also serious about writing....will the fact that I have a career dissuade them from looking at my work?

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