The book cover design will become the focus of every single author at some point during the pre-publication process, for the indie author it’s another element which can seem daunting, it’s also something that you’ll be doing in tandem with the editing and formatting of the book too, so while you’re trying to juggle many elements it pays to get a little help.
It’s at this point that the most successful authors employ others to work upon their project for them, they’ll use a professional editor and formatter to ensure that the content of their book is both professional in its layout and structure, they’ll also use a professional book cover designer to ensure that the ‘face’ of the book can compete within such a crowded market place (and with over 1,200 books being published daily, it’s crowded). In doing so you can sit back and simply manage the project, liaising with the relevant services when necessary and signing off once happy.
So when it comes to your book cover and the professional designer to create the front page for your new book, you should take several things in to account first.
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