This week’s featured titles are both quirky, fun eBooks that don’t take themselves too seriously. Everything from the short description to the cover art promises an entertaining read.
Marty Beckerman- The Heming Way
An hilarious guide to masculinity and self-destruction inspired by Ernest Hemingway, the greatest man who ever (drunkenly) walked the earth.
Adrianne Ambrose- Fangs for Nothing
Grab some garlic and start sharpening your mother’s wooden spoons because there are vampires living in the most unlikely of places.
Your book’s cover and description are the two key factors that could cause a customer to either ignore you or open to chapter one. Let’s assume that you’ve already got an attractive book cover (if not, check out BookBaby’s eBook Cover Design service). But how do you create a compelling book description?
While there’s no single tried-and-true method, one thing is for sure: You MUST capture the imagination with the first sentence.
This week’s theme is “The Homemade Aesthetic,” featuring book covers that have an authentic feel and a personal vibe.
Despite the old cliché, your prospective eBook buyers might just judge your book by its cover, so it is important to match your carefully crafted words with a striking image. A great cover design is one of your best sales tools. The 3 book covers below are great examples of DIY design done right.
If you need help designing a book cover, check out BookBaby’s Design Studio. They will ensure you make a professional impression. Our designers have years of experience creating packaging for authors, musicians, and filmmakers, so rest assured you’ll get a cover that’s been designed with two things in mind: exceeding your expectations and getting you more sales. Learn more about BookBaby Cover Design.