“Julia Gollbach [Gorgon] and Bioblossom are destined to become leaders in the field of book-cover design. Perceptive, intuitive, and skilled, she anticipates the aesthetic needs of each author and the genre in which that author works. I found her to be responsive, generous with her time and highly innovative, particularly in bringing the artistic vision of a first-timer to fruition.”
Chris Dungey, The Pace-Lap Blues and Other Tales from the Seventies
“Bioblossom Creative took my cover from concept to reality in days. Delivered beyond expectations.”
Gregory Lloyd, The Sword of Agrippa
“Julia Gollbach [Gorgon] and Bioblossom Creative met all of my creative needs as an author. From cover idea conception to the final product, Julia was thoughtful, knowledgeable, and patient. As this was my first time designing a cover, Julia took the time to walk me through step by step, from assisting with choosing images to build the cover, to offering me various compatible font choices. She took my somewhat abstract idea for a cover and turned it into a beautiful image that far exceeded what I imagined and somehow fulfilled all of my requests. I highly recommend Bioblossom Creative. Julia is remarkably personable and easy to work with, not to mention she’s a wizard at cover design!”
Kacey Vanderkarr, Reflection Pond
“As a new author working hard to make my novel a reality, I stumbled across Bioblossom Creative on Twitter. It wasn’t anything they said that stood out to me, it was the design cover they shared that spoke volumes. It was as if they’d designed the cover for my book through some mystical portal where they knew exactly what I was looking for. I couldn’t stop staring at it. When I made the plunge to work with Bioblossom, Julia (Gorgon) was fantastic and made the entire process so easy. It was like we’d both been working on the same book and then one day, found each other on social media.”
Vickie S. Miller, The Caged Bird
“I could not possibly be more pleased with the book covers designed by “ Bioblossom Creative” for “G.R.O.I.D 2235AD” and “G.R.O.I.D 2235AD The Rise of B.A.B.E.L.” I saw a twitter post and went to their website. I’m so glad that I did! I was blown away by the striking designs and immediately knew this is it! I quickly decided on two designs that really spoke to me and the vision I have for both books. Bioblossom took my suggestions and added a few brilliant touches that really added “POP” to the graphics. The rest as they say is history! Bravo to Bioblossom Creative.”
Thomas G Ray, Author of the G.R.O.I.D. series
“I had seen Julia G’s previous work and was amazed. I told her to show me something from the top of her head, that I was aware of her artistic ability from looking at her masterpieces on this website, and she far exceeded my expectations. She is brilliant, professional, and a delight to work with, and I can’t wait until I’m ready to do my cover reveal on Twitter and Facebook to show the world how spectacular she is!”
Ellyn Ramich, Author of How May I Help You?
“Bioblossom Creative gave me what I asked for in a cover. A thing you rarely see in books. Full stops. (If you are American, periods.) It’s all Paloma Picasso’s fault. For covers, I wanted something as constant as the lipstick on Paloma’s mouth. Full stops. All my book covers have them. With an opporchancity to make use of Bioblossom Creative, I told Gorgon my long and winding Paloma Picasso story. The designer went out of her way to see to my outrageous demands. As a Kindle author, I don’t want my book to look fantastic in my hot sweaty hands. I want it to be noticed at thumbnail-size, where all the action on Amazon takes place. Gorgon did six variations on the cover, fine-tuned to my outlandish requests. The final version delivered on the thumbnail score. But the wider truth is that the five versions preceding it all did that, too. Gorgon’s approach was professional, her e-mail exchanges were timely, and she had no problem adjusting the art to suit my plans. Oh, and she’s no slouch on the design-front. But looking around this site, you knew that anyway.”
RLL, HOW THE PLAGUE BEGAN.