Premade Cover

This is a premade ebook cover. Print version is available for additional cost.

My premade covers aren’t templates.  Once you make this purchase, the design and all variants are retired.  They’ll stay on my site, but won’t be sold to anyone else.  I will also publish your finished covers (free advertising for your books.)

 

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Premade Cover: Scifi Flame

This is a premade ebook cover. Print version is available for additional cost.

My premade covers aren’t templates. Once you make this purchase, the design and all variants are retired. They’ll stay on my site, but won’t be sold to anyone else. I will also publish your finished covers (free advertising for your books.)

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Beyond Professor X and Oracle: Moving Disability Awareness Forward

This is a repost from my old blog.

I’ve been involved in a lot of conversations discussions about portrayals of people who use wheelchairs in prominent television and movie roles. There are only four that I can think of.

Ironside debuted in 1967 and ran until 1975. A recent attempt to reboot the series was canceled after only eight episodes. I think Ironside was significant enough to warrant its own post, since it was the first show to have a character with a disability in the title role.  I’ll be discussing Logan Cale later on when I talk about romance and disability in the media.  This post will look at Professor Xavier and Oracle

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Premade Cover Set

I decided to turn last week’s premade into a set. I’m still seeing these as a Scifi or Fantasy Cover concept.  Text is starting to grow own me.  Next week, I’ll make the associated social media images.

Premade Scifi Fantasy Book covers with colored spheres in center

 

Interested in this cover set? Email: rosebfischer1 (at) gmail (dot) com.

  •  Starts at $75 for one ebook edition and $140 for digital and print.
  • $50 for each additional ebook edition and $100 for each additional print cover.

 

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[Art Share] Premade Book Cover WIP

This is a premade book cover design that I’ve been working on for a while.  I’m not entirely happy with the text, but I think I may be staring at it too much.

I can see this as a series with each cover having a different colored orb in the center.  Some sort of cosmic activity or magic energy field.

(The problem with making premade covers to sell is if I make covers I like I just want to write the book myself.)

Premade scifi book cover
Interested in this cover? Price will be $75 for ebook only; $140 for digital and print editions.  Email: rosebfischer1 (at) gmail (dot) com.

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Why Tinker Bell Is Awesome

This is a repost from my old blog. I still haven’t seen the Neverbeast movie, FYI.

 

I wasn’t interested in Disney‘s Tinker Bell when it came out in 2008. I thought it would be another lame “re-tell the movie from the perspective of the side kick” thing like The Lion King 1 1/2. I have never been crazy about Tinkerbell either. So I passed on the movie and completely missed the fact that there were sequels. When I saw the series on Netflix earlier this year I wrote the whole thing off as a shallow marketing ploy aimed at little girls who preferred fairies over princesses. (They also changed the spelling of the character’s name, which is a pet peeve of mine.)

Finally, a couple of weeks ago, I was writing a post about how marketing is relevant to the success of any product or service — including entertainment — and I realized I was being a pissy little hypocrite when it came to the Disney Fairies. So, since my Netflix is active for this month, I decided to put my big girl pants on and just sit down and watch Tinker Bell.

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The Sorceress Didn’t Have to Lie to Teela and Here’s Why

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Sorceress of Castle Grayskull (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

This post is a re-working of several posts I made in early 2014 about the Sorceress and Teela.

 

My biggest plotting pet peeve is when characters keep secrets from one another that serve no useful purpose.  There’s nothing wrong with the character having a secret or secrets. It drives me crazy when characters keep secrets that do more harm than good and never seem to grasp the idea that they are causing their own problems when they lie to their loved ones.  There are PLENTY of good, interesting stories that can be told without this particular cheap plot device.

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