I’ve made close to 500 premade covers and sold a few, but I realised it was difficult for authors to find the right cover when there was such a mix, so I’ve finally sorted them into genres. It’s not easy though–there’s such a lot of crossovers. For example a landscape can be just about anything, but I’ve put them in Romance. Some images of people I’ve put in at least two categories, usually Romance and Mystery, or History. I have Sci Fi and Fantasy together because some can be used for either. I’m happy with the end result anyway; I think it looks pretty good and certainly easier to find the right genre. https://cmsgardnerblog.wordpress.com/premade-covers/
I also have trouble fitting my own books into genres when I publish them with Amazon, apart from my rural romance series, which is clearly romance. Some are historical but not only that and some are ghost stories, but not only that.
Now that Melbourne is locked down and the covid figures haven’t improved there I’m expecting all of Victoria will follow, but hoping that’s not the case. We’ve been advised to wear masks now but it’s not mandatory like it is in Melbourne. I haven’t worn one yet but I have one on order and it should be here today or tomorrow.
I’ve been doing some editing and very little writing. I started a new book, the 4th of my rural romance series, and I’m also writing an autobiography. It seems a bit weird and arrogant even to write about myself but it’s for my family, not the rest of the world, and it’s because I wish my parents and grandparents had done theirs. My 4x great-grandfather kept a scrapbook which is mostly newspaper scraps but includes some personal bits as well. He was Lord Mayor of Sydney and certainly had an interesting life. Mine’s not quite as interesting as his but it is more personal. It’s becoming a kind of a journal as well because I feel I need to talk about the BLM movement and Covid 19. That’s history that won’t be forgotten.
This is my Rural Romance Series, available at Amazon for kindle and as paperback and also, as an ebook at Kobo, Apple, and others At Books2Read. The first book, Stony Creek, is free and each book can be read as a standalone.