Would you read it? Cover + Title


#123

Ehh. I’m sorry, but the title doesn’t appeal to me. It’s still really great though.

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#124

Tbh it doesn’t really grab my attention, but that’s a good picture you picked to match the title.

The Town
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#125

I probably wouldn’t read it simply because there’s a bit much going onin hte cover. But besides the cover, I might check out the blurb purely because the title sounds interesting to me.


#126

Is the story about astronauts? I’m not sure if I like the cover as much, because I really had to ‘look for’ the title, it wasn’t as easy to find if you get what I mean. The title however is really good!

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Post It Pink


#127

The cover is honestly very pretty and aesthetically pleasing. “Post it Pink” is a bit confusing, as it doesn’t tell me much about the story but I’d check it out based on the pretty cover.


#128

Title: TWISTED TALES


#129

The cover is really pretty, and intriguing. I would probaly read it. and the way red riding hood is incorporated tells me that it’s probably about the fairy tales with a twist to them.


#130

It’s pretty simple. The cover wouldn’t sell me to read, but I would look at the summary and decide from there.

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#131

That cover is gorgeous!! I’d surely check it out :slight_smile:

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Post It Pink


#132

Your cover is a bit too simple. I lot of space is taken by the grass, so that feels like an empty space. The title seems to end up too small on the thumbnail on WP. I would put it on two lines with “pink” having thicker (more visible) and larger font. “Post it” can be smaller since I think the Pink is the most important aspect in the story. I would also start with a capital letter or have all capital ones.

From the cover, I can tell it’s teen-fiction which is a genre I don’t prefer, so I wouldn’t read/check it. However, your title has a sense of originality, and it’s something I haven’t seen on WP yet :wink:


I have changed my cover a bit, so I wonder if the changes improved it a bit :wink:

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#133

I can see people who are into that genre deciding to read it, I probably wouldn’t becuase I don’t read Sonic (that is who that is, right? Sorry, I don’t really watch cartoons.) But other than thatthe cover looks really well made, even if there is a bit much going on


#134

It’s really hard to read the title actually (it’s metathesiophobia, right?) which is kind of a shame, because I think your title can be really intriguing, since probably not many people know what it is (at least, I don’t). With a different cover it could be so much better! But for now, no sorry

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#135

Yes! I love the different fonts of the title and how simple it is while still being successful in conveying the genre! It looks fantastic!


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Edit: Just realized how big my name came out! Will definitely be editing it to make it smaller so it doesn’t take away from the title!


#136

Thank you, this story is completely open FF, so no fandom knowledge is required :slight_smile:


#137

Ok, so this looks like a horror or thriller right? I wouldn’t like this type of genre, but the cover looks really good! I would read it if it wasn’t as frightening, so kudos on the impressive and unique cover and title!

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#138

It’s actually a fantasy theme! I’m personally not very privy to horror myself! Thank you so much for the critique though! :heart:


#139

Oh, well you’re welcome! Now that you say that it is a fantasy book, I totally want to read it now!


#140

I would try reading it (I’m not very fond of books regarding illnesses since reading about them cause a bit of anxiety but seems interesting anyway)

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#141

Beautiful cover and the title is very unique & intriguing! 10/10 would check out the blurb


#142

Ooh i’m not sure if i’d read it (would depend on the blurb) but i’d definitely check it out from the cover - the clouds work really well with the simplicity of the rest of the design c: also the subtitle’s interesting

The Boy Who Cried Wolf