Beetiful designed the book cover for Move the Needle by Christian Cashelle.
Sage is a successful management consultant who prides herself on her work. In fact, it’s the only thing in her life that seems to be on track. After her last failed relationship, she swore off men and vowed to focus on building her brand.
Pierre has been successful all of his life. Nothing he touched ever fell short of gold, so opening his own business was inevitable. When his company begins to fail and his shareholders press for a turnaround, he is forced to hire a consultant as a last saving grace.
Both stubborn and strong willed, Sage and Pierre’s professional relationship is a rocky one. When Sage uncovers the issues within his business, Pierre realizes that she was everything he needed in his life. Will Sage abandon her promise to swear off men or will Pierre’s business not be the only thing moving in a new direction?
Christian Cashelle's writing career started when she was just 8 years old. After writing a poem for her third grade class, she fell in love with the way words made her feel. After that, she never wanted to be anything other than a writer. Her poetic talent transformed into fictional characters and story lines. After the popularity of her fan-fiction novels in high school, Cashelle turned her long life hobby into a dream career and in 2009 she released that passion unto the world. Ava's Story was released under her publishing company, Dynamic Image Publications.
Cashelle won best author in 2011 at the Traffic Music Awards in St. Louis, MO and was also previously nominated for author of the year at the African-Americans on the Move Book Club.
After receiving her Bachelors in Corporate and Institutional Media at SIUE, Cashelle went on to earn two Master's degrees from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. One in Creative Writing and the other in Administration in Management.
Cashelle started Dynamic Edits, a subsidiary of Dynamic Image Publications, in 2013 to provide quality, yet affordable editing.
Through her journey of using writing as a therapeutic tool, she has also created Write to Recover, an inspirational blog to help others realize the healing power of writing and her Just Write Program to help others manifest their writing dreams.