So we spent the last week crowdsourcing our cover for FRANKY BENÍTEZ, a story of love, pain, and hope from San Juan to Boston. We received 28 entries in five days and have chosen our three favorite covers. For those who gave us feedback before on our social media sites, thanks. Now it’s just a question of typefaces and fonts. Please take a moment to vote below.
Choose the Final Cover of the Novel
January 14, 2011 by Julito Varela
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