No, I mean I only changed the cover for Murder is Exhausting. So I tweaked it and they said "You do know you have to go through the review process again?" You have to review it again, it's fine with me.
I couldn't easily (there is a limit how much I'm going to bother with this for me, since I'm one of the few people who will ever see it) find a curly frame to echo the curly outline of the couch, so I went with a curly border. It's a Photoshop brush, a free download.
Why didn't I drop it down farther? Barcode goes in the lower right corner of the back cover and you can't design over that.
I thought about which book I'd do next and thought Nothing Serious was probably a good choice. It had originally been written for the romance market--geez, I'm so not a romance writer--so that never happened. And I some point I thought I'll self-pub it in large print but digital came along and I gladly gave up paper publishing. What you don't think about is there is a market for large print books and mainstream publishers ignore it. The few publishers who do such things are limited. So it's a vital niche market. Think about it.
NS is a short book and wouldn't be hugely long with a 16 pt font so I suspect that's my next project.
Update--Quite excited. Got Nothing Serious through the CreateSpace meatgrinder on the 2nd try. 1st try was a problem with the PDF. Open Office does it quicker/easier than Word. But I did the whole document in Word, plus Drop Caps this time. I guess I spend the afternoon doing the cover.