The best-selling Housewife Assassin series by Josie Brown, recently underwent a major facelift on Apple’s iBookstore. The redo of these covers gave them a fresh new look on Apple and distinguishes them from the same titles currently for sale on … Continue reading
The Click Twice Design website was updated in December 2013 and now includes a new gallery which showcases many of our talented authors recent works. Stop by and take a look. You won’t be disappointed.
The holiday season is fast approaching. Have you completed, or are you about to complete, a book for the holidays? Well if not, what are you waiting for? With new Kindle and iPad readers on everyone’s Christmas and Hanukkah list, … Continue reading
Jeff Bezos presenting a bunch of new Amazon Kindles with a screen presentation behind him highlighting some best-selling eBooks. One of them is Stephanie Bond’s best seller “Our Husband.” We created this amazing cover for Stephanie and we can do … Continue reading
This was my first cover for Kim Arbor. She was a referral from another satisfied client. She had a completed manuscript and needed a quick conversion of her MS Word document to epub for Barnes & Noble and mobi format … Continue reading
OK, the title may be a bit dramatic, but at least I got your attention. After being laid off several years ago, I knew I had to get myself back on track. My age and the economy were working against … Continue reading
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Over the past several months I’ve had the pleasure of working with the bestselling author Stephanie Bond on eBook covers for eleven of her back-listed titles. Stephanie has recently uploaded these titles to Amazon so I am now free to … Continue reading
Working with NY Times Bestselling author Haywood Smith on several of her back-listed titles to be released as e-books in the near future. I will display the covers as the books are released and not a minute sooner because I … Continue reading
As a follow-up to my Reinventing Yourself post, I want to share my favorite way of getting a new business off the ground. Give away your services for next to nothing or for free. I know, this is not the … Continue reading
My earliest recollection of the New York Times is greeting my dad every evening, paper in hand, as he came home from work in Manhattan and down the subway stairs at our station in the Bronx. I always got to carry … Continue reading