The book is the 3th of a serie.
All the books have an big full moon in the front.
The Title has the font: TrajanusBricks Regular
The Author name (please above the title in smaller letters) can be in the font EB Garamond
I attached photos so you can see how the covers of the first and second book look like.
The title means translated: Cut in the night
I wish that this cut would be visuable as lightning that cuts the big full moon.
The background of the cover can be clouds.
Because the second book of the series is black and I dont want, that the thirth book is in the same tone, I wish that the clouds have a violett tone.
I attached a photo (it is not mine, just for presentation) that show what I imagine.
The story is manly about three wolfs. I wish them to be as silhouettes in the front of the moon. The one on the right should look to the right, the one in the middle above, or to the front, the one to the left looks left.
I attached a photo too (not mine again) to demonstrate what i imagined, although it is a picture of three woman.
If you could insert to every wolf silhouette an own picture, like the women in the attached photo, that would be awesome!
I would like that the wolf on the left, has an african landscape.
The wolf in the middle the silhouette of an historic medieval city.
And the wolf on the right an snowstorm in the mountains.
You can let the clouds stretch to the back of the book.
You can bring in own ideas what can be insert to the back of the cover.
Just for presentation a made a very raw cover example, so it is more clear. Of course: the woman are supposed to be wolves.
Here the exact measures:
the "spine" of the book: 3.00 cm
Very important! an trimming edge for the whole cover: 0,50
Width front and back cover WITHOUT trimming edge: 13,50
Width front and back cover WITH trimming edge: 14,00
Total with of the book WITHOUT trimming edge: 30,00
Total with of the book WITH trimming edge: 31,00
Height of the book WITHOUT trimming edge: 21,50
Height of the book WITH trimming edge: 22,50
I attached a photo of the measures, but it is in german.
If there are any questions, just ask. :)