When you can’t find a good cover, use a simple one: The 10 best cover designs

Creative writing in Montréal is a very different beast to London.

I don’t want to oversell the importance of cover design but it is one of the most crucial things in your creative career.

If you have an article on your CV that you’re hoping to sell, you should at least put a cover up somewhere.

I like to imagine I am on a train heading to a festival, or to the movies, or something, and I don´t want to be standing in line, so I have an easy-to-understand headline to sell.

I can put up the article on my phone and go on my way.

There is nothing worse than a blank article and no one will ever buy it.

But if you have a cover you want to sell and you need a cover that has something to do with it, here are 10 of the best.

The cover should look like the title and the text of the article.

Don’t be afraid to change the text, especially if it is just a sentence or two.

The title of a cover is a little like a catchphrase, it gives the reader a flavour of what it is about, whether it is a cover story, a book or a video.

The article should be about the subject of the cover, in my case, a video about a creative writing course.

It should be short and sweet, not too long or too long, but still brief.

There should be a bit of background information on the subject, a synopsis, and a description of the topic, such as how the course will be taught.

It needs to make sense in the context of the rest of the piece, which is why I love using a short title.

If your article is a short book, you could put it on the back of a newspaper, in a magazine, on a website, on Facebook or Twitter.

If the article is about a product or service, a cover could be the title.

I have used some cover designs for a product called the Digital Writer’s Kit, which includes an iPad, a copy of my book and the code to make it work.

It was designed to be a cover for a book I wrote, but the cover could also be the first page of a book, or a page of an interview.

A cover should fit in with the rest.

If a cover looks like it belongs on a magazine cover, that doesn’t mean it has to.

If there is a book on the cover of a magazine and the book isn’t on a book cover, it’s OK, as long as you stick to the general guidelines and don’t go too crazy.

A good cover is simple, clear, and easily legible.

For example, the cover for The Art of Storytelling by Daniel Polansky is quite simple.

You can use a photo of a table and a piece of text to draw attention to the subject matter.

Or if you want, you can use an abstract design with a simple drawing of a person with a piece to show that the person is a visual character.

This is an easy way to get a story out of your cover.

A more elaborate design will give you more visual interest and might also have a more personal connection to the article, such a connection to someone, a friend, or someone in your life.

It also might include a link to your blog or your website, a gallery of images or a description.

If it is your first cover, you might not want to include any photos, or perhaps the author or editor might not like them.

If possible, use the best quality, low-cost cover materials you can find.

The most important thing about a good, well-made cover is to get it in your inbox, or wherever you send it.

If I send my article to my employer, it will be sent to my inbox, as well as the articles of my friends and family.

This will mean that they are getting a piece in their inbox as well.

The important thing is to write the cover well, as it gives you the best chance of getting the word out about the article and helping you sell it.

I always try to write my cover as quickly as possible, and in as few words as I can.

If that means writing it in my head, I do.

If this is too much, it might be best to write it in print.

You need a good book cover to write your article in, so be sure to check out the latest cover designs.