My name is Bruno Lepore MA, LPC. I am a psychotherapist with a Masters in Clinical Psychology, a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Mediator, and a Certified Critical Incident Debriefing facilitator. I graduated from the University of Houston and I have worked with organizations and individuals to enhance their performance, goal attainment and quality of life. I have worked in a variety of settings, including corporations, non-profit, schools, inter-disciplinary clinics, and private practice. I compassionately use a variety of empirically validated interventions, including EMDR, hypnosis, cognitive-behavior therapy, mindfulness, and acceptance commitment therapy to help patients cope with their problems and crisis. I have a solution oriented, interactive and collaborative approach dedicated to empowering you to make changes that will enhance your life.
This is a book cover for a self help book that I am publishing online. The title of the book is Called Now What? Subtitled A Guide to Changing and Becoming. The book is about the change process, with lots of stories in it from different traditions. Within the book I lay out of format for personal and organizational change, and discuss the difference between fulfillment and success. The book is about finding fulfillment in one's life, but not material attainment of goals. I want the cover to be catchy, and the color to be bold (maybe orange, but I am open to creativity).
Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Cover/Product Image Requirements
Your Kindle book cover image is also the product image used to market your book on Amazon.com. The term 'cover image' is synonymous with 'product image' and will be used interchangeably throughout this document.
Amazon KDP accepts two types of files for cover images:
• JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)
• TIFF (Tagged Image File Format)
Minimum 500 x Maximum 1280 pixels
Recommendations for the size of your cover art:
• Minimum of 500 pixels, horizontally
• Maximum of 1280 pixels, vertically
Save at 72 dots per inch (dpi) for optimal viewing on the web.
Product images display on the Amazon website using RGB color mode.
RGB is the color mode native to the web and most color screen displays. RGB stands for red, green, and blue. These three colors displayed at varying levels of intensity create over 16 million colors.
The RGB color space is used for product images. Use color images whenever possible and relevant. The Kindle reading device has a black & white screen today but Kindle applications for other devices, such as Phone or PC, take advantage of colors.