Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen book cover. Bantam Classics. Features a young woman looking at the viewer in regency style dress.

Cover Design: Pride and Prejudice

It should come as no surprise to you that as a 28-year-old bibliophile living in the age of fast food and fast dating that I am particularly fond of Jane Austen's seminal work, Pride and Prejudice. I've seen all the movies, I've read the book. My dog-eared copy has lasted me many years and many … Continue reading Cover Design: Pride and Prejudice

3 Books to Read For Moody Autumn Vibes

"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall." — F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby September evokes the smell of burning leaves; the taste of pumpkin. As soon as a chill enters the air, I stock up on wood and get settled in front of my fireplace. It is truly luxurious to … Continue reading 3 Books to Read For Moody Autumn Vibes

A screenshot of a medieval manuscript showing an example of a colophon

Why colophons are the perfect finishing touch for your book

If you're into fonts, you may often pick up books and wonder "What font is that?" Movies and television shows, some of our most consumed media, have end credits. So why shouldn't a book have credits outlining all of the technical aspects of the book? Some publishers (the better ones, if you ask me) recognize … Continue reading Why colophons are the perfect finishing touch for your book