Covers – a touchy subject with me…
Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper
If all that matters to you as a writer, or reader are pretty pictures like the one above take a trip to an art gallery or museum.
What am I on about?
These days more and more writers fall into the trap over what their book’s cover looks like. A lot obsess over it. Before you say anything, yes I accept it’s all part of the modern day sales pitch when it comes to paperbacks and eBooks.
But remember this – until you have built up a faithful readership, as long as night follows day, having a spectacular cover is no guarantee of sales. What sells is your writing talent and the story itself.
“Ah, but having one improves my book’s chance,” I hear hundreds of you caustically shriek. Not necessarily true!
For example, I know several fellow writers who have spent a…
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