A word to all colorists: What you see on your computer screen is not what is printed. It's radiant vs reflective light. Either re-calibrate your screen to approximated the printed page or figure out how bright to color it so it's not murky when printed.
90% of today's books are too dark. It seems no one in the business understands the basics of printing. Here's some tips, black gains in printing and printed red has black ink as a component.
Half the books I read look like they take place all at night.
I don't know why artist aren't up in arms the way their work is obscured.
The PC is a great tool, but your end product is printed. It has to look good on the page, not just on youe screen.