I also design book covers. Here are a few of my favourite projects.

Maej by Dale Stromberg. Cover shows a bas-relief style sculpture in bronz and bone with airships, a griffin, and women in various poses at the bottom. The title and a branch above it are glowing white.
Maej by Dale Stromberg. Coming soon from tRaum.
Kyx: Council of Worlds Book 1 by Jennifer R. Povey. Cover shows a planet in space.
Kyx by Jennifer R. Povey. Available on Amazon and other online retailers.
The Great Outer Dark by David Neil Lee. Cover shows a boy and a moth creature standing on train tracks in front of a full moon.
The Great Outer Dark, David Neil Lee. Available from Wolsak & Wynn.
cold rising: a cold rush novella by rohan o'duill. Image is two people, one adult and one child, standing on the edge of a dark chasm.
Cold Rising, Rohan O’Duill. Available from Lower Decks Press.
The Night Garden by Nicole Bea. A girl in a fancy dress leaning against a wall holding a cat.
The Night Garden, Nicole Bea. Forthcoming.
signs you may be sleeping by nicole bea. A girl in water surrounded by stars.
Signs You May Be Sleeping, Nicole Bea. Forthcoming.
a blackout poem with the text Zilla Novikov, Query, a novel visible.
Query, Zilla Novikov. Available from tRaum.
Beyond Human cover: human and android hands reach to touch fingers over a power button in an homage to Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam.
Beyond Human: Tales of the New Us. Available from Lower Decks Press.
Thank You for Loving Me cover: muted colored-pencil style drawing of waves cresting over the title.
Thank You For Loving Me, Nicole Bea. Available from Silver Shell Publishing.
Reprise by Zilla Novikov. A mad science threesome done pulp style.
Reprise, Zilla Novikov.
Available from the BumblePuppy Press.
Sad Bastard Cookbook cover: A table set with a vase of roses, uncooked ramen on a plate, a plastic knife and a box of tissues.
The Sad Bastard Cookbook, Zilla Novikov and Rachel A. Rosen. Available from Night Beats.
The Things We Couldn't Save cover: a pink background with a black flip phone. The screen is broken as is one of the hinges.
The Things We Couldn’t Save, Nicole Bea.
Available from Silver Shell Publishing.
The Medusa Deep cover: A zeppelin type ship floating over a pine forest at night. The two lamps at the front look unnervingly like eyes.
The Medusa Deep, David Neil Lee. Available from Wolsak & Wynn
The Midnight Games cover: A floodlight above a football stadium with clouds gathering in the background. One of the clouds looks like a tentacle.
The Midnight Games, David Neil Lee. Available from Wolsak & Wynn
Love in the Cthuluscene cover: The night sky with shadows of seahorses blocking out some of the stars.
Love in the Chthulucene (Cthulhucene), Natalee Caple. Available from Wolsak & Wynn
A Long Slow Aftermath cover: A blue-scale photograph of a tattooed person with their head in their hands. The title looks like it was torn off a band poster and covers the person's face.
A Long Slow Aftermath, Jeffrey Vernon Matucha. Available from Amazon.
Pain, Porn and Complicity cover: A statue of two women, one naked and one in clothed, in supplication. The naked woman holds an apple, a reference to the Twilight book cover.
Pain, Porn and Complicity: Women Heroes from Pygmalion to Twilight, Kathleen McConnell. Available from Wolsak & Wynn
Secret Identity Reader cover: a yellow background with read dots. The silhouettes of Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman are cut out of it.
Secret Identity Reader: Essays on Sex, Death and the Superhero, Lee Easton and Richard Harrison. Available from Wolsak & Wynn

Rachel Rosen is one of those rare professionals who is personable, insightful, and incredibly skilled.  Her knowledge of desktop publishing is impressive, extending from trending cover designs and ideas to eye-catching fonts and formats. Not only did Rachel steer my cover ideas to an age-appropriate market, she added zing to my book title through her suggestions.  Rachel is easy to communicate with and provides constructive feedback. She meets all her dealings with integrity and generosity of spirit. Her eye for detail is second to none. If you can select your own desktop publisher (shout out to all those self-publisher’s out there), choose her. It’s a decision you will not regret.

Rebecca Reultan, Brisbane, Australia