Frequently Asked Questions

Send me an e-mail to book a spot in my timetable! After the booking is confirmed I will start gathering information about your book–characters, setting, tone, magical powers and symbols, themes and colors, and if there are existing book covers or artworks that you’d like me to get inspiration from. I usually create two-three samples, and then we can start revising according to your directions.

The first samples will be completed approximately 4-6 days after the booking date. The time will then depend on the revisions.

I do not limit the number of revisions. I want to make sure that you are satisfied with your cover.


Yes, but additional costs may apply.

I will need the trim size, final page count and paper type (white or cream), and the back blurb. You can also put author bio and photo, website, social media links, etc.

I can design the print cover and we’ll update the spine width once the final page count is ready.

I specialize in Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Paranormal but I am open to working with all genres. Click here to view my portfolio.

If none of the samples I provide suit your liking, you can cancel the project free of charge. However, if you decide to cancel mid-project (with revisions already made and stock photos already bought), the down payment you sent will not be refunded.

Yes, the package includes stock photos from Shutterstock and/or Depositphotos, under Standard License. A Standard License covers you for 500,000 eBooks, paperbacks and audiobooks. To know more, click here:

If this is for promotional purposes, I can provide the PSD file, but with the artwork flattened and only the text layers are editable.

Yes, there will be a special discount for an order of a trilogy or full series. The first book cover will be charged the normal rate, but the following designs will be discounted 30USD less.

Yes, I will ask for a 50% downpayment before I start working on your cover. A Terms and Agreement file is also available upon request.

I will send an invoice via Paypal, half the cost before the beginning of the project and half after its completion.