What FED Clients Think

Opher Ganel
Opher Ganel

I wasn't sure if I wanted to spend the time and money on setting up a website for my 2 year old business, since I was doing well without one and I knew professional web design is not inexpensive. However, I saw some of Farah's work online and decided to check just how much it would cost to have her design for me a logo, a business card and a website. To my surprise (not to say shock) the cost for all that was less than I expected to pay just for the logo and business card design. Needless to say I was sold.

We worked through several iterations of logo design and Farah proved over and over that she was talented, professional, responsive and passionate about her craft. When we were done, I sent the logo to my sister for her feedback. My sister had been an independent graphic designer for several decades so I knew she'd give me a professional opinion. My sister said of Farah's design "the color palette choice is superb, the entire design sends out a great vibe of 'clean, modern, high-tech, advanced, not in the least ordinary'. It looks awesome, perfect." So, it's not just my assessment that Farah did an amazing job, it's been approved by a pro who has my best interest close to her heart!

With the logo and business card done, we started working on the site itself. Farah was again the consummate professional, responsive, courteous, friendly and above all, a gifted and creative designer. She was always happy to change things where I wanted a different look, often providing invaluable advice on design choices, and coming up with a "killer" banner and site design that anyone I show it to says looks amazing. Some adjectives I've heard in feedback from friends and colleagues include "inviting", "approachable", "clean", "professional looking", etc.

In short, not only would I recommend Farah to anyone who wants an outstanding website, banner, logo, or what have you, I have in fact been making those recommendations to anyone who'd listen.

Jennifer Malone Wright
Jennifer Malone Wright

Farah Evers has done many types of graphic design for me including book covers, banners, buttons, logos for my review site, and designed my whole business website. She is amazing! I found her services through the Accentuate Writers Forum and now, I wouldn't think of having anyone else touch my websites. So I guess you could say that I am a satisfied customer. I will most certainly be having Farah do more for me in the future. And, as far as graphics go she is affordable and timely, very quick.

Nancy Smith Gibson
Nancy Smith Gibson

I had a great time working with Farah on the covers for my stories. She was able to take my half-baked ideas and turn them into delightful representations of my characters. I'm looking forward to working with her again on my next project.

Linda Freed
Linda Freed

Farah has designed book covers and book card for me. I gave her an idea of what I wanted and she ran with it and produced product images that fit my need perfectly. Her pricing and turn around time is great. I will definitely use her services again. If you need graphics, you can count on Farah's talent and expertise to get it done right.

Michelle Devon
Michelle Devon

You know that one of the biggest complaints about the indie publishing revolution right now is that people aren’t doing it professionally: Authors are slapping up stories without getting them professionally edited, professionally formatted and without professional book covers on them. When publishers pay folks to do these things, and often have a team of editors and artists on your book cover and interior, why would you possibly think you could compete with the publishers if you don’t do the same professional work–or even better?

You’ve heard the old adage: Don’t judge a book by its cover! But the truth is, people do it all the time. People might overlook a professionally done but boring cover and still buy the book, but if your book looks like you’ve done nothing but slapped up a stock image and Photoshopped some text onto it, or it looks like something you did in MSPaint, people ARE going to judge your cover and say that if you’re not willing to present yourself professionally, then your writing is probably the same… and it won’t matter if that’s true or not. I realize not all writers are artists and vice versa, and that’s why you need to take the time and trouble and expense to get an artist, someone who knows the cover art and book industry and can meet your specifications.

And do it without going broke too. I know, it’s important. We don’t sell a lot of books right upfront. It takes time for sales to accumulate when we first start, so we need to be reasonable on the prices, right?

So what to do?

Hire Farah Evers.

Seriously. She’ll charge you a reasonable price, work with you on payments if you need to pay it off before she turns it over, and she’ll give you a quality product. Your book cover from Farah Evers will stand out against the crowd of books as professional, gorgeous, and enticing. Farah is super fast, patient and understanding when working with tough deadlines and exacting customers. She will do everything in her power to turn your book cover into something that is exactly how you picture it in your head. You won’t be disappointed.

So if you’re in the book, short story, novella or serial writing game, step up your gameplay by hiring a professional artist to do your covers–when I say reasonably priced, I mean it. You will love your new book covers if you hire Farah, plain and simple.

Chris Stevenson
Chris Stevenson

I've been on the receiving end of one of Farah's beautiful book covers. Mine was The War Gate, and her rendering completely captured the theme and mood for this mysterious paranormal romance-thriller. It stands out on Amazon and no one has any trouble putting my name to the title. I'm very pleased with the end result and would advise all authors who need expertly crafted covers to seek out Farah's very professional designs.

Chris Stevenson--The War Gate.

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