One question I find myself answering on social media and in the emails is, “Does Reveries Co. work with nonfiction authors?”
The answer is a resounding YES! Though it’s not something we frequently do, I thought it would be fun to spend a post highlighting some nonfiction work our team members have done.
I’ve also been having various personal issues that mean I wasn’t able to write the post I wanted to, so hopefully this’ll be a fun replacement, and that post will come out the week after next!
He’s Making Diamonds
I was the interior formatter for S.G. Willoughby’s book, He’s Making Diamonds. You can see a few screenshots of our paperback interior below:
This was such a fun project for me! Though I was doing it during a time when my wifi had gone out, and we had some issues with the files being messy, we still got the project done, and I’m so pleased with the final project!
Sometimes I just have to open it up to read over a few favorite parts and grin at the fonts and settings we used!
You can find out more about Sara on her blog and website, but here’s a testimonial she gave me for her interior formatting project:
“Kellyn was great to work with! She was helpful and fast, even in difficult circumstances.”
~S.G. Willoughby, author of He’s Making Diamonds
I’d definitely recommend this book to any Christian, but of course it is geared toward teenagers dealing with chronic illness.
Some Beautiful Nonfiction Covers by Savannah Jezowski
Here are a few nonfiction covers by Savannah Jezowski!
As you can see, Savannah has a wide range of talents! You can see more of her work here.
Jessica Greyson’s Waiting for Isaac
Jessica Greyson has a book out which I should read at some point but haven’t gotten a chance to … but boy, does it look good!
The interior formatting and cover design were of course made by the author. I love the cover, and the interior formatting looks gorgeous. (I’ve only seen a few pages, but … I just love the way she did it!)
Single, lonely, what do we do with these labels and emotions?
In seven short soul-searching essays, this book looks at singleness through the eyes of a single woman who is learning the meaning, purpose, and satisfaction in her status of single.
As she is learning to find and hold onto true joy in the face of loneliness, and trusting God through it all.
I also wanted to share a few other nonfiction covers Jessica Greyson created because they’re pretty:
Now, I can’t show any nonfiction books our editors worked on, but editing is also an important step for nonfiction books! And we’re here to help you out with that, too.
So there you have it, folks! We do work on nonfiction projects, and we love doing it.
Thanks & have a splendiferous day, writers!
Reveries Co. Manager