Ben Gartner’s middle grade fantasy novel started as a fun side project with his kids. But when it became a story too good to keep to themselves, Ben needed a cover they could be proud of — so he hired a Reedsy cover designer.
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Over the past three years, Reedsy has helped thousands of authors realize their publishing potential by partnering them with industry professionals. Editors have polished rough manuscripts into glittering final drafts, designers have prepared books to be judged by their covers, and marketers have placed titles at the top of Amazon’s rankings.
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When Niyati Tamaskar wrote her breast cancer memoir, she didn't think she'd find herself onstage a TEDx talk a year later. But before she could get there, she had to find the right editor and cover designer to bring the book to life.
Wife-and-husband duo K.A. and Derek created their own picture book cover, but soon realized that illustration and cover design require different skills. They reached out to Reedsy for a design consultation.
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When Phillip Goodrich finished writing his unique debut Somersett, his lack of publishing experience meant that he needed all the help he could get to edit his quirky writing style, and create a striking and original cover.