Bookshelf Q. Battler vs. A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production

Hey 3.5 readers.

So, I commissioned the first design for Zom Fu, a novel I’m working on, not my first novel attempt but I’ve decided it will be the first novel I publish this year.

Thus, the cover will motivate me to get this book done.

I’ve always thought my covers should have the title and then “A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production.”

For some reason, I thought “A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production” sounded awesome.

But then I caved and went with just “Bookshelf Q. Battler” for the cover.

My reasoning is that people are too literal and usually “production” doesn’t always mean the person who made the work but rather the person who paid for it and put it together.

A director directs a movie but a producer pays or puts the work in to get the movie made or what have you.

What do you think, 3.5 readers?  Bookshelf Q. Battler or A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production?

We’re talking about the cover, so at the top would be “Zom Fu” and then the bottom would say either Bookshelf Q. Battler or A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production.

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One thought on “Bookshelf Q. Battler vs. A Bookshelf Q. Battler Production

  1. As this is your pseudonym, ‘production’ could be quite appropriate to include. Or why not use it as your imprint?

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