The title should be the biggest font and the most visual which can be centered. The subtitle can be half the font size of the title. The fonts and text should really be the main focus and take up the main focus of cover. I'm pretty open to suggestions, and the main thing I want to convey to the target audience is that this book will absolutely help them get the result the subtitle promises. It needs to demonstrate authority and trust, while also showing compassion and the holistic aspect of addiction recovery.
The goal of this book is to stand out on the Amazon platform as a small thumbnail, as well as a paperback book/spine.
The imagery should make the viewer feel that the book (and the author) are the authority in opiate addiction recovery.
The reader should feel that they must have this book if they addicted to opioids and looking for the best way to overcome their addiction. It's more important that the book "pops off the shelf" or stands out and catches the eye quickly.
The most important part of the design is that it sells, not that it looks pretty or well-designed. I am open to any image or illustration you choose. Here are a few words that come to mind when thinking of my book: motivation, goals, compassion, empathy, trust, freedom, healing, holistic, futuristic, cutting-edge, empowerment.
I like a bold color paletee. I like bold titles that you know right away what the title is and what it is about, not too busy and with simple color schemes. 2-3 colors.
Books with covers I like:
The Why of Work by David Ulrich
Habit Stacking: 127 Small Changes to Improve Your Health, Wealth, and Happiness
Published by Chandler Bolt
Plus the books I provided image files of.