ABOUT ANNE FRASIER

Anne Frasier (a.k.a. Theresa Weir) is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of thirty books. Her memoir, The Orchard, was an Oprah Magazine Fall Pick, Number Two on the October Indie Next List, a B+ featured title in Entertainment Weekly, a One Book One Community Read, Target Book Club Pick, and Books-A-Million Book Club Pick.


Saturday, September 12, 2009

VISUALS

I put together a few visuals. Once I come up with a pub name, I will hire someone to design the logo, but this gives me some ideas. I do like the way Black Tupelo lends itself to the tree image.










17 comments:

  1. After seeing images on blog, I know I like the simple trees best. Odd how quickly that kind of decision can be made once it's presented in the right context.

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  3. well, isn't that special?
    anne

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  4. ha!

    Anyhoo, I was going to say I love the tree image with Black Tupelo. Love, love, love. I like PSP best with the train image. And Belfry makes me think of bats/dark, so the dark cobblestone street works best for me. Because it's all about me, of course. ;-)

    Heather Dearly

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  5. heather, i couldn't find a belfry that didn't look like a church, or an image that wasn't too busy. i was going to say that it seemed guys were favoring black tupelo... but way to turn that around. ;) i think it has a noir thing going.

    anne

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  6. i'm for the tree....and belfry press...nice, simple, memorable. easier recall than the others, too.

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  7. emeraldcite: good point about recall. that is SO important in publishing. same applies to title and name. hate when i can't remember a title or can't pronounce a name.

    anne

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  8. I love the simple tree- the simplicity of the design makes your eyes simple rest on your publishing name. And I like Belfry Press for that! Can't wait to see your final decision!

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  9. suzanne, thanks for the input. the last image is my favorite, and i think your comment explains the reasons for my preference.

    anne

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  10. have you thought about using a picture of your own belfry? i remember one on your flickr set. bet you can get some nice picks of it, make it b&w, and add belfry...

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  11. emeraldcite, i did think about that. maybe i should try some black & whites to see what I can come up with. don't want it to look religious though.

    anne

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  12. true, but if it's eerie enough...churches can be very creepy and not religious. If you capture it just right, it might work...

    otherwise, i like the tree.

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  13. emeraldcite, i messed around with an image i already had. i think it could look better from a different angle.

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  14. The first and last are awesome. I love the photo in the second, but the letters are too small.

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  15. a sharper relief might help too, but i agree. another angle might catch it better, but it looks pretty cool (not to mention ominous...)

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  16. The last Belfry one reminds me of the drawings in the PBS Mystery program. I like the Perley Station with the station/clock image -- it makes me think of steampunk, ha.

    But the tree is gorgeous.

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  17. steampunk! yes! i think for me it's def the tree.

    anne

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