Welcome to Walking Stick Books

Our goal is to help Indie Authors create the most professional product they can. You worked hard on your novel, don't let it languish behind a poor cover design. Or sit on virtual bookshelves because your website turns people off. Or worse yet have actual readers become vocal naysayers because they couldn't get past a poorly formatted eBook.

We offer years of experience to get your books to stand out in a crowd of seasoned writers, and newbie amateurs. Please look around at our services, then contact us if you'd like to discuss your next book.




  • Cover Design for eBooks and Print
  • Interior Design for eBooks and Print
  • Book Trailers
  • Website Design
  • Blog Header Design
  • Twitter Backgrounds
  • Bookmarks
  • Business Cards

Customer Testimonials

Walking Stick Books designed the cover, as well as the interior, of my novel Open Minds. I'm absolutely delighted with the finished product. They took my initial ideas, spun them up, made them prettier than I would have ever imagined, and gave me a cover that I literally catch myself gazing at. Not only are the folks at Walking Stick Books a pleasure to work with, they really "got" the concept I was working towards and in the first pass we were 90% of the way there. The last 10% was easy, because the designer was flexible, making lots of small changes to get just the look I wanted. He also stepped in and offered his professional design opinion when he thought I was making a choice I wouldn't be happy with in the end. I'm so glad he did, because the resulting cover is one I'm proud to put my name on. I'll no doubt be using Walking Stick Books for my next two book covers.

Susan Kaye Quinn — Author of Open Minds

Customer Spotlight

Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble

By D. Robert Pease

Noah lives for piloting spaceships through time, dodging killer robots and saving Earth’s animals from extinction. Life couldn’t be better. However, the twelve-year-old time traveler soon learns it could be a whole lot worse. His mom is abducted and taken to thirty-first century Mars; his dad becomes stranded in the Ice Age; and Noah is attacked at every turn by a foe bent on destroying a newly habitable, post-apocalyptic Earth.

Traveling through time in the family’s immense spaceship, Noah, a paraplegic from birth, must somehow care for the thousands of animals on board, while finding a way to rescue his parents. Along the way, he discovers his mother and father aren’t who he thought they were, and there is strength inside him he didn’t know he had.

Visit www.drobertpease.com for more information.