Design Notes: When searching for an image to feature on the cover, I didn't have to look farther than the title. For the non-fiction interior, the page headers in each chapter change to match the chapter heading. As a first time author, I did an extensive internet search for reliable and excellent creative formatting services. … Continue reading Peeling an Artichoke
Design Notes: All three books in this 1960s family mystery series were recovered and reformatted at the same time by Woven Red, resulting in a beautiful consistency outside and in. The background sketches on the second and third books started as full-colour photographs. The same bird silhouettes were used on all three covers. I have … Continue reading Kingsville Mysteries
Design Notes: A cheerful presentation of a serious subject, teaching young children, written by a teacher for teachers.
Design Notes: Author Susan Riseng Hunter wanted to present her memoir as poetry. She chose a dramatic black and white image which I framed up close and personal, into the heart of the fragile dahlia. The font was also chosen for its fragile nature.
Design Notes: Author JoAnn Levy obtained permission from the California State Library to use ‘Indian Woman Panning Out Gold,’ from Hutchings’ Illustrated California Magazine, Vol. III, 1859 on the front cover. The title font is based on the Clarendon font registered by Robert Besley and the Fann Street Foundry in 1845. Inside, rather than using … Continue reading Yosemite Farewell
Design Notes: There was a lot of information to organize for each whisky on only two facing 5" x 8" pages. Borderless tables were used in the Basic Information section and the Whispering section. Another table with only bottom lines provides space for readers to write their own tasting notes; times 60. So that's 60 … Continue reading Exceptional Experiences of the Whisky Whisperer
Design Notes: Author Linda Smolarek had 41 charming illustrations by Maureen Heroux sprinkled throughout her children's book to highlight the plot. The larger illustrations were sized the full width of the page while the smaller images were nestled into the text. Using a canoe as a whimsical scene break completed this appealing book.
Design Notes: Dr. Sternberg wanted a plain cover for his text book, so a neutral blue with a discreet shadow was used. The introduction is numbered with roman numerals. Each chapter title is repeated in the headers. The forms in the appendices were also provided in an 8.5" x 11" pdf for download and use … Continue reading Teacher Growth Trajectory
Design Notes: The author wanted to use images and fonts to brand her series of six books. After viewing three samples, Suzy chose a combination of sans serif and script fonts to express her feelings about her books. The shoe and heart image were provided by Suzy for her exclusive use at Woven Red. "Recently … Continue reading Catwalk Series
Design Notes: A project with two main sections shown by inserting a divider page and a divider entry in the table of contents. The title page repeats the central isolated figure from the eye-catching cover. "I spent thousands of dollars at an author-services press and wasn't at all happy with the service or the … Continue reading Emotional Abuse and Emotional Elder Abuse