This the highly intriguing cover post from yesterday by Staci Troilo on Story Empire. How can I make one?
There’s a new craze on Kindle (at least, it’s new to me) called Kindle in Motion. The books can be read on any device that reads Kindle books, but the covers and insides have motion (hence the name, of course. 😉 ) that can be viewed on certain Fire tablets and on the free Kindle iOS and Android apps.
All of these covers caught my attention, because, you know, they move. I’m going to show one of them that really drew me in—Patricia Conrwell’s Ripper: The Secret Life of Walter Sickert. (Please click on the book cover to view the motion effect on Amazon.)
This book happens to be a nonfiction selection, but this cover could just as easily be on a mystery/suspense/thriller novel.
The graphic is incredibly dark, setting expectations for the dark tone and subject matter of the work. There’s a silhouette of the ripper, which is much…
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