JB has lived and studied in eight different countries, and has managed to appear foreign in every one. Passionate about high level politics, he studied the inner workings of the European Union as a degree with a view to eventually working in the arena of international border disputes. Although his career has taken a rather different route to his original intention, he is now writing about the obsession which has captivated him his entire life - the tectonic movements of states. JB is resident in the darkest depths of leafy West London, where he writes using the inspiration of the India-Pakistan split, the founding of Israel, the identity crisis of Brexit and the maelstrom within the EU.
Descripción del libro
Loreticus is the first in a series which looks at identity post-separation, both from the point of view of a population (think Brexit, collapse of the USSR, fall of the British Empire) and from a personal aspect (bereavement, absent spouse).
These questions are wrapped up in a political coup set in a culture similar to the Roman Empire, and introduced with a palace crime. The protagonist is a depressed spy chief who brings both insight and personal conflict in to the story line.
Público al que se apunta
25+, politically aware; readers ranging from Patrick O'Brien and Steven Saylor to George RR Martin.
Editorial del ebook
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Los diseñadores eligen
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
The historical fiction genre has some specific elements which require referencing, generally leading with a face or a "Z" shaped design. See "Gordianus book covers" or simply "historical fiction". Equally, spy fiction has an abstract approach which often leads to line drawing.
I'm looking (unfortunately) for something in the middle with a focus on a 60+ year old man (think Toni Servillo or Stanley Tucci) half-seen, half not. Own effort attached - testimonials and blurb to be submitted and updated.