Kuroneko Author Services offers professional book editing, formatting, and promotional graphics for established and up-and-coming authors for really great prices. For just $30, I used their promotional graphics service and I was more than impressed with not only the service, but the beautiful graphics they came up with. 

TJ handled the graphics for my historical novel, The Lost Seed of the Pomegranate. I was after something I could use to promote this emotional story about a mother and her little girl who are parted when the family moves to Australia in 1882. By email, TJ asked me a few simple questions (where would I use the graphics, and if I had anything specific in mind – like a tagline, for example). Apart from informing her that I wanted to use the graphics on Facebook and Twitter, I pointed her in the direction of my website and gave her the Amazon link.

I was blown away when I received a graphic for consideration the very same day! I liked it immediately; TJ had captured the tragedy of the story immediately, and apart from a few minor changes, we went ahead with the two final graphics. Her artwork was presented in PNG and JPG files, with special Twitter versions, which I could use with either white or black backgrounds. The whole procedure took less than a week and I am delighted with my new promotional graphics. I can thoroughly recommend Kuroneko Author Services for your graphic needs.

Gillie Bowen, Author of The Lost Seed of the Pomegranate, The Ville Rose trilogy, Beneath African Skies, and the sequel Breaking African Ties.

I solicited Kuroneko Author Services to create several graphics advertising my recently published novel THE HAUNTED PURSE, and I could not be more pleased. TJ asked me a few questions to get a feel for my book, and the graphics she created are absolutely true to the plot and tone of the story — not to mention breathtaking! They’ve gotten dozens of retweets and likes on Twitter, and a number of my author friends have commented on their superb quality. I will definitely be using Kuroneko for my future graphic needs.

–Kimberly Baer, Author of The Haunted Purse