Thursday, May 23, 2013

An Unexpected Performance by Kim Smith

I am very proud to present to you my latest book, and it's cover art reveal. I worked really hard on this artwork, let me tell you. My good friends here on Mb4 and family members all gave opinions and ideas.

I have never done cover art before so this was a real chance to figure out how it is done. It is also the best way to find out what looks good and what doesn't BEFORE it is set in stone.

I also have now broken ground as a self-publisher. I have this book and a serial short story (YA) up at Amazon (THE FIRST INSTALLMENT IS FREE THIS WEEKEND!!) and finally have all the info available on "how to do" it. Believe me, it is NOT as easy as some would have you think. But honestly, it shouldn't be easy. It should be RIGHT, and there is a clear difference.

Thank you to all my fans and followers who have been with me through the entire deal, and so here now, I present to you, An Unexpected Performance.

go buy it here : Amazon Kindle and in print

And don't forget, I have an Amazon author page, if you want to go out and read about me, the books, etc. I would love it if you buy the book if you would leave me a review. It helps so much for ranking on the site. 


Aaron Paul Lazar said...

Congratulations, Kim!!! Love the cover, you did an outstanding job on it. I'm very proud of you. Hope you sell a million. ;o)

Kim Smith said...

Thanks Aaron! I gotta tell ya, I enjoyed the creation phase of making this book as much as writing it. I am a closet art lover. Whowouldathunkit?

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Aaron Paul Lazar said...

Kim, I'm the exact same way! I love playing around with covers, and since I've had to design my own audio book covers, I've had such a ball. Isn't it great being an author in this day and age? So many possibilities!!

Marta Stephens said...

A huge congratulations!!

I love, love, love, this cover, Kim. You’ve worked hard on it and it shows and your commitment to the writing inspires me every day. I second what Aaron wrote about the million copies. So proud of you!