What You Should Know Before Hiring a Book Designer
by Cheryl Rogers
Copyright 2011 Cheryl Rogers, Tampa, FL
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Like most writers, you’re probably not thinking too much about how your book will look. You’ve been busy just focusing on what it will say. But if you are planning to self publish, you’ll need a professional book design, inside and out.
It’s likely you’ll want a professional designer, one who will help you capture your reader’s attention. That’s true even for ebooks; the book cover needs to attract interest in a virtual store.
What You Should Know Before Hiring a Book Designer tells you in ten easy steps what you show know before you hire anyone.
So, that gem you are writing is almost completed. You’re thinking ahead. You want to publish soon and you want to begin work on the book design.
While you are putting the finishing touches on your manuscript, and gathering feedback, you’ll want to begin shopping for a book designer. You’ll want to find someone whose style appeals to you, someone whose skills match your needs. You’ll want someone who is capable of creating a professional looking book cover that attracts your target audience and entices them to buy. You’ll want to hire someone who is capable of capturing the heart of your book, in one image.