We Have a Book Cover!

About Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D. completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Purdue University. She spent ten years doing full-time clinical practice at a community mental health center with primarily adults. She then spent eight years working as an administrator at that same community mental health center while continuing to maintain a small caseload of therapy clients. She now provides clinical services in long-term care facilities in addition to writing, consulting and spending as much time as possible with the people she loves.
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6 Responses to We Have a Book Cover!

  1. Sirena says:

    I LOVE it!!! Simple, clean lines, monochromatic, good typography. Congratulations!

  2. dyane says:

    Congratulations, Sharon!!!!!! How exciting. I’ve been into checking out all kinds of fonts lately as I’ve been helping the designer with my book’s cover. Your fonts truly rock. (I’m very picky!) :)))))))) So happy for you as you realize this dream! ❤️👍

    • Thanks! I’m so proud of my nephew Daniel, who designed the cover in addition to being our editor. He’s so talented, and this whole process has been made so much easier with his help. I really love the cover he came up with. I can’t wait to see yours!!

      • dyane says:

        I’m SO excited to reveal my cover; it’s still being tweaked. I want the image on coffee mugs, LOL! 😉 Plus I have to get a back cover blurb for it, which I’m going to pursue starting on Monday and that’s going to be a challenge. 👀 I wish I had a talented nephew – I might need to borrow him!

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