Here are some mockups from my cover guy.
What do you think, everyone?
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This one really speaks to me and seems consistent with your message.
I voted for the first one, but 3 is nice too. The second just looks like a lot of other books I’ve seen. Not bad, but not different enough.
Thanks for the comments, all.
Luke’s making some changes to a few of them based on our feedback.
Interesting results so far…
I really love the 2nd cover. It’s striking in its design and completely stands out.
I like #2 for its Dr. Strangelove feel…but I think your guy should use the Bacon Ipsum generator…http://lemoncurry.net/randomcurry/2011/06/non-meatless-friday/
Torn Phil – I like 1 and 2 a lot. Hard to pick which I like better. I think #1 is a bit more unique.
My order is, #3, #1, and #2. Woops most voted one is #2 at the moment I wrote this.
I hardly chose #1 or #3 as they are very close to the best for me
I knew I saw number 2 before!
I like number 1 because it plays on the “Platform” idea – that something exists on top of which you can build.
That seems important to me.
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