It saddens me greatly to see self-publishing authors work their butts off writing a book—only for the cover design they end up with let the whole thing down. In a horrible, toe-curling, embarrassing way.
However gripping your manuscript is, and however well researched, written and utterly awesome the whole thing is, if your book cover's noticed for all the wrong reasons instead of the right ones: all that effort is wasted.
There's no reason, in this day and age, to produce a self-published book that looks any less professional and polished than one that comes from a top publishing house.
But unfortunately, a staggering amount of self-publishing authors miss out on the that advantage, purely because they didn't have the time or inclination to learn some basic design skills, or get clued-up on some simple—but fundamental—tricks to help make their book temptingly tasty and completely marketable.
I don't want you to suffer the same fate.
I'm sure you've put blood sweat and tears into writing your book—and probably a considerable cash investment as well—so I've made it my mission to help you get a book cover you deserve, and more importantly, one that sells your book.
That's why I've put together this totally free, in-depth guide of proven design tricks and solid foundations of book cover design.
I've basically reached inside my head, grabbed all the simple, but highly effective little nuggets of design goodness I've learned and used over the years, blown off the cat-fluff and the spiders, and put it in this guide, so you can use it to create an utterly lickable book cover you can be proud of.
I want to help you design a book cover that:
Well, that's where I can help you through the process.
This guide will show you:
Learn what to include on your book cover—the basics, the practical stuff, and the design tricks the pros use to make your cover sing from the rooftops and sell like hotcakes
How to create a stunning cover design that looks professional, marketable, and puts you way ahead of most other self-publishers trying to do the same thing
Just pop your name and best email in the box, click the orange button and you're good to go!