I was told about a site called Fiverr in my inquisition about cover art. Well, now I have three jobs created and just finished writing a speech for an association that helps people in Nigeria. I'm awaiting his review right now, but the point is, if you are working on making a living off of writing, along with your novels and self-help books, Fiverr is not a bad addition to your writing career, and in return, you can pick up some good cover art. Highly recommend this site for any artist.

 

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