Autism Dad: Ebook Update

Hope you’re having a restful Sunday. But I need your help. Moving forward on the ebook. Title is “Autism Dad: Fake it ’til You Make it.” Need your opinion: Which of the following would be your preference for the ebook cover.

A. A close-up photograph of Ben.
B. The same photograph, but as a painting or illustration.
C. A photograph of me and both boys.
D. The same photograph, but as a painting or illustration.

Thank you for chiming in!

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18 Responses to Autism Dad: Ebook Update

  1. Matthew A. T. Lehman, MA, BCBA says:

    Real photos are always better 🙂

  2. C. C. A photograph of me and both boys.
    I think is great!

  3. I vote for D. Sounds like a cool effect

    • Autism Dad says:

      Guess I have to decide if I want a cover that is more traditional with a photo, or try for something more unique and artistic. A photo can be powerful too. Not an easy decision! 🙂

  4. lorenakoran says:

    Not a painting or illustration.

  5. C or D…or maybe a morph of the two as in a drawing morphing into a photograph. this would fit along the theme of fake it till you make it.

  6. iGameMom says:

    not seeing the actual picture is hard – but i felt C or D would be better.

  7. Jimmy says:

    I think a photo with you and both boys would be best.

    Thanks,

    Jimmy

  8. My experience is in the music biz and there, there’s nothing more powerful than a great photo. It helps your audience to relate to you, get a feel for what the book is about all in one. Get a good photographer though. So in case you weren’t sure, C!

  9. aefountain says:

    A. A close-up photograph of Ben.
    No
    B. The same photograph, but as a painting or illustration.
    No
    C. A photograph of me and both boys.
    How about a photograph of the boys with you as an illustration. I would think an illustration of you, morphing towards the boy. Because isn’t that been your journey?
    D. The same photograph, but as a painting or illustration.
    NO

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