Please design the front cover and the back cover for the print book, and the front cover for the ebook. The trim size of the print book will be 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. The book will be about 200 pages. Thank you!
1) Design print book cover, trim size 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches, 200 pages
2) Design front and back cover for print book
3) Design eBook cover, front only
4) Barcode will be added later, but leave a space for the barcode on the back cover
5) We may change the number of pages in the book, so the spine width may change and would need the designer to be available in the future to make that adjustment
6) We will need original files for the book cover design
7) Want to have a cover that uses the below attached photo. Entice buyers on Amazon to buy the book. Include my name (including pronunciation): Nick Lenczewski (Len-chess-key). Include the title of the book and subtitle of the book.The title is Ultimate China Guide the subtitle is How to Teach English, Travel, Learn Chinese & Find Work in China.
Book copy on back of the book:
“As China’s star continues to rise in this fast-globalizing world, I enthusiastically recommend the Ultimate China Guide as an indispensable resource for the increasing numbers of people who seek to live, travel, and work there.”
Richard Bohr, PhD, Emeritus Professor of History & Asian Studies
Founding Director of Asian Studies, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLE? – How would you like to have an interesting lifestyle teaching English 20 hours a week with several months of vacation every year? This is exactly what Nick Lenczewski did after he finished college and his book will help start you on the same path and guide you in the process of creating the type of lifestyle that will give you plenty of free time to travel and enjoy other activities. Today China has the world’s biggest economy and offers many excellent opportunities for foreigners who want to live and work there. You do not need to hold a degree in English or teaching and you do not need to even speak Chinese. You simply need to be able to speak English like a native speaker.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR–Nick Lenczewski spent six years living in China. During that time, he taught English, became fluent in Mandarin Chinese, and worked as a translator, interpreter, and cultural liaison. He traveled to nine countries and to 20 of China’s provinces, made two films, and perfected a job-finding tactic that can help people of all ages find work in China. He works as a Mandarin Chinese interpreter.
Travel / China / Careers & Employment