Karlene Kay Ryan's GENEVIEVE AND THE MOON, which begins in the morning with Genevieve's question about the moon and ends with a sweet goodnight, won an Honorable Mention in the Children's Picture Book category for the Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards.
Karlene, illustrator Meredith Johnson, Ann Remen-Willis, and I all worked hard to make this a trade-quality book and it's lovely to receive that confirmation.
“I had been struggling to find someone to design the logo for a project that was very near and dear to my heart. I thank my lucky stars that after an exhaustive Google search, I came upon Siri Weber Feeney. I called her on a Sunday afternoon and we chatted about the project. She listened to my vision and created the absolutely perfect logo. It is insanely attractive and expresses my mission. She knocked it out of the park. If you are looking for the standard rehashed logos that are so common at some of the mass market logo places, she is not for you. If on the other hand you want a logo that is beautifully customized to your needs, you need look no farther.."
~Anne Keenan, Founder
Reading Recycled/Bogo Books
Click the cover to read more about it! I finally posted this book design, my schedule got too hectic and I got behind on my posts.
They're coming, soon. Check out the book design page!
The planets have aligned, or something. Deborah M. Prum's new book, "Fatty in the Back Seat" is published in both ebook and paperback format and I have time to update my site!
Check it out . . ..
To see more of Ena Dubnoff's work, click on the screenshots to visit her site.
I morphed a weebly theme (click Read More, below) that had the logo, navigation, and site content areas in the relative positions I wanted for the site. Then I worked on it from there. While the original theme itself was rather nice, it would have distracted from the artwork — and that's something one doesn't do with a portfolio site.
Because Susan's illustration and fine art styles are quite different from each other, I had to find a way to tie them together. One of Weebly's headline fonts Weebly looked very "Susan-y" to me and I realized it was close to Susan's signature — classy, readable and clean. Problem solved.
I'd chosen a soft olive-y green background color, but Susan asked for a brighter green that I would never have tried. The combination between a script and bright color is unexpected, so the resulting look is memorable and fresh — and it goes great with both her children's illustration and fine art.
SIRI WEBER FEENEY