Now that we have the file created and the image perfected, it’s time to add text to your cover design! Choosing and placing fonts is a snap when you use the three design elements of contrast, alignment, and repetition.
Now that you’ve chosen your image for your cover design, what do you do next? In this tutorial, we’ll cover creating a Photoshop file for your cover, as well as placing and modifying your image.
Whether you’re creating your cover for print or ebook, you need a strong design that looks good as a thumbnail and at full size. Want to create a fantastic cover? Here are a few tips about picking a great image to get you started.
Will swearing hurt your book sales? Many readers today will not be offended by a certain amount of profanity in books, but shocking words often pull readers out of the story. Read this before you decide how much profanity to put in your next book.
Images or dingbat fonts made into images can make great scene break icons, but making a scene break look good in your ebook and on vendor previewers can be a challenge if you don’t know about resolution.
Having an audio version of your book often helps your overall book sales, and anything that helps authors market their ebooks and earn more cash is something My Book Cave is very interested in.
So, who cares about formatting? It all reads the same. Well, yes and no. Many books are read on phones these days, and that extra spacing between paragraphs can be irritating. But there are other reasons, so read on.