Cover Crush: Diamond City by Francesca Flores
Christy and I are eagerly awaiting one of our local SF Bay authors, Francesca Flores debut book Diamond City in January. This is a suspense filled fantasy book with an absolute gorgeous cover! Have you seen that gem with all the rainbow refraction through out it? So much color that pops against the white background makes me want to break out my paint!
Wednesday Books art department posted a break down of how the cover came to be. It’s neat to see some of the processes. Check it out below!
Diamond City (Diamond City, #1)by Francesca Flores
Published by: Wednesday Books
on January 28, 2020
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Thriller
Bookshop, IndieBound, Audiobook through LibroFM
"A thrilling adventure, through a vibrant city as alive as any character, about a girl willing to do anything to better her circumstances. " — Emily A. Duncan, New York Times bestselling author of Wicked Saints
Good things don't happen to girls who come from nothing...unless they risk everything.
Fierce and ambitious, Aina Solis is as sharp as her blade and as mysterious as the blood magic she protects. After the murder of her parents, Aina takes a job as an assassin to survive and finds a new family in those like her: the unwanted and forgotten.
Her boss is brutal and cold, with a questionable sense of morality, but he provides a place for people with nowhere else to go. And makes sure they stay there.
DIAMOND CITY: built by magic, ruled by tyrants, and in desperate need of saving. It is a world full of dark forces and hidden agendas, old rivalries and lethal new enemies.
To claim a future for herself in a world that doesn't want her to survive, Aina will have to win a game of murder and conspiracy—and risk losing everything.
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We had such an overwhelmingly positive response to our previous post that we wanted to share something similar ?Read below for more: . . . Traditional printers use four inks (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) to create printed pieces. Here is a detailed separation of these four different inks so you can see how they all come together to create one image. Swipe to see more ?? . . . #wednesdaybooks #cmyk #print #bookcoverdesign #bookcover #diamondcitybook