You want to impress the people who find you online. You’re a professional creative entrepreneur, but your PDFs are so boring and unformatted they make you cringe. You want your ebooks and marketing materials to look nice, but you just don’t have the design skills or time to make it happen.

You know your undesigned PDFs could be a reason why sales aren’t closed or optins aren’t downloaded. You know your designs aren’t up to par with the image you’d like to present. Don’t worry. I’m here to help you.

And who am I?

I’m Sierra Elmore, a graphic designer whose book obsession translates naturally into my work.


I’ve been an avid reader since my terrible two’s, and have read hundreds of books. (In case you’re wondering, I didn’t have a lot of friends growing up.) I’ve read every genre from fun, spunky young adult novels to serious murder mysteries. I’ve studied these book covers and layouts and practiced creating my own. I launched my graphic design studio in March 2014. That’s when I fell in love with designing for the digital world, which allows more flexibility than traditional print design. Reading and design are my two passions, and I’ve blended them through 13 Elm Streets. When I’m not obsessively designing, I write gritty YA fiction novels and inaccurate historical fiction, sing for imaginary crowds, and chase after my kitten, Bronx.



Allyssa Barnes – “Biz Backstage with Sierra Elmore”

PennLive – “Penbrook teenager launches new business to inspire others”

Lenise Williams – “Feature Entrepreneurs: Sierra Elmore”

Jessica Lawlor – “Get Gutsy with Sierra Elmore: ‘I Started My Own Design Business at  Age 16′”

Vivid and Brave – “Why Failing Is a Good Thing”

One Woman Shop – “Weekly Finds 22”