Every single author knows the struggle it is to get their work published through either an agent or directly with a publisher, countless manuscripts get sent off and then the barrage of rejections come flooding back (that’s if you’re lucky enough to even get a straight No). But you are not alone, almost every successful author went through the very same, but what’s encouraging is that with perseverance they finally broke though.
So, if you’re trying to get your book published, don’t give up, keep going and take solace that you’re not alone, here are the top twenty best-selling authors who showed that anything is possible!
Book cover design for eBooks will have a variation on Paperbacks and Hardbacks for several obvious reasons, but if you’re new to book design then you may not necessarily know the different elements that need to be considered, resolutions between print and digital are different and there are even restrictions within the color you use in the design with many publishers too.
Of course eBooks need to work on many different devices and screen sizes, with people choosing to read upon tablets, kindles, cell phones and even laptops, the book itself needs to be formatted in either EPUB or MOBI (or both if you’re launching your eBook via several platforms), but your cover design will normally be created as a JPEG.
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