Rebekah Palmer, A Letter to Myself
I have just finished working on a book cover for a young Christian author, Rebekah Palmer. She is a very interesting author – a teenager, writing for teenagers! I was mightily impressed when I learned that – it’s not often that you find accomplished book authors among modern teenagers.
The book cover I worked on was actually Rebekah’s second book and had a common theme with the first one, so it was suggested to treat them like a series and make sure the new cover resembles the first one in some way. The first book is titled A Letter to My Friend (take a look to see the cover) and the second book is called A Letter to Myself.
Here is the cover for the new book:
Back Cover Book Description:
Ever been told to keep someone else’s secret? Or to remain quiet for sake of appearance and reputation over truth? In light of the Holy Spirit over man-driven agendas lurking within the church, this book uses the authors personal experiences in poetry and prose, along with Scripture and current advocacy data to bring about a picture inside the mind, of a youth who was silenced instead of protected.
Rebekah Palmer holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary Christian education and a certificate in writing for children and teenagers. She currently resides and writes in Northern Wisconsin. She shows her passion for others through teaching and advocacy.
Feedback from the Author on the new book cover: “I really like the color concept to match my first book. Nice! I think the bird and cage and tree are actually quite perfect too […] I am very happy with the visual cover. Thank you so much! P.S. I like the reappearance of the stamp in the right hand corner and the almost glass-like pattern in the background too!”
And feedback from the Publisher: “Rebekah’s cover looks great. I like that overlay you’ve got going on with the sparrow’s wing, and the more-subtle cage.”