Author Anthony Lavisher on his biggest writing mistakes, what he’s most proud of, and what he thinks shouldn’t be on your book cover.

Anthony Lavisher is an author who’s love for writing came from swashbuckling adventures with Errol Flynn. His discipline in his routine, and dedication to his trilogy have set him on a straight course for publishing success! Thanks so much Anthony

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Author Anthony Lavisher on his biggest writing mistakes, what he’s most proud of, and what he thinks shouldn’t be on your book cover.

Anthony Lavisher is an author who’s love for writing came from swashbuckling adventures with Errol Flynn. His discipline in his routine, and dedication to his trilogy have set him on a straight course for publishing success! Thanks so much Anthony

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An Interview with Pam S. Winn on Book Cover Hates, Writing Over 14 Books, and Advice to New Writers

Pam S. Winn is a serial fiction author of novels and short stories focusing partly on the supernatural and spiritual, who’s one of the old-school breed who still admirably write their books initially by hand. I’m extremely grateful to Pam

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An Interview with Pam S. Winn on Book Cover Hates, Writing Over 14 Books, and Advice to New Writers

Pam S. Winn is a serial fiction author of novels and short stories focusing partly on the supernatural and spiritual, who’s one of the old-school breed who still admirably write their books initially by hand. I’m extremely grateful to Pam

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Author James Oswald on Writing, Publishing, Cover Design, and Running a Farm in Scotland

I’m especially excited to publish this interview with author James Oswald who talks in detail about his life as a writer and his approach to writing books while running a 350 acre farm in his spare time. You should also

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Author James Oswald on Writing, Publishing, Cover Design, and Running a Farm in Scotland

I’m especially excited to publish this interview with author James Oswald who talks in detail about his life as a writer and his approach to writing books while running a 350 acre farm in his spare time. You should also

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Shirley Anne Edwards Talks about Writing, Schedules, Alternatives to Writing and Motivation

I’d like to reach out and say a massive thanks to Shirley Anne Edwards for agreeing to answer these questions about publishing, inspiration, morivation, book design and writing in general. Shirley first found her love for books when she read Nancy

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Shirley Anne Edwards Talks about Writing, Schedules, Alternatives to Writing and Motivation

I’d like to reach out and say a massive thanks to Shirley Anne Edwards for agreeing to answer these questions about publishing, inspiration, morivation, book design and writing in general. Shirley first found her love for books when she read Nancy

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Should I have a different eBook and Paperback cover?

Books now have two faces: one in the digital world and one in the printing world. The split of the two has brought with it different priorities in design. What works on a paperback will not work on an eBook,

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Should I have a different eBook and Paperback cover?

Books now have two faces: one in the digital world and one in the printing world. The split of the two has brought with it different priorities in design. What works on a paperback will not work on an eBook,

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Why did my book print so dark from CreateSpace?

You’ve uploaded your book cover, waited for the proof from CreateSpace, and got it in the mail. Major issue: Your cover is mostly black! The shadows are where shadows are supposed to be, but everything else on your cover has

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Why did my book print so dark from CreateSpace?

You’ve uploaded your book cover, waited for the proof from CreateSpace, and got it in the mail. Major issue: Your cover is mostly black! The shadows are where shadows are supposed to be, but everything else on your cover has

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What goes on the back of a fiction book?

You’ve uploaded your eBook to Kindle, and you’re organizing to print a paperback at CreateSpace, so what goes on the back of a cover? A blurb, a bio, a testimonial? Is there anything compulsory? Here’s the rundown of what goes

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What goes on the back of a fiction book?

You’ve uploaded your eBook to Kindle, and you’re organizing to print a paperback at CreateSpace, so what goes on the back of a cover? A blurb, a bio, a testimonial? Is there anything compulsory? Here’s the rundown of what goes

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Should I design my own book cover?

You’ve spent months and years writing and finishing your book, now is the time to think about the book cover. Do you hire a professional to design your cover for you, or do you jump in and do it yourself?

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Should I design my own book cover?

You’ve spent months and years writing and finishing your book, now is the time to think about the book cover. Do you hire a professional to design your cover for you, or do you jump in and do it yourself?

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I get asked all the time: What’s the most important element on a book cover?

I get a lot of e-mails from designers finishing school, to designers just entering the industry and have changed from a hobbyist to a professional, and there is one reoccurring question that comes up: What is one thing that will

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I get asked all the time: What’s the most important element on a book cover?

I get a lot of e-mails from designers finishing school, to designers just entering the industry and have changed from a hobbyist to a professional, and there is one reoccurring question that comes up: What is one thing that will

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10 things about my writing life you might not know

Today is a personal blog post. I’m a bit sick of writing the technical stuff of book cover design so it’s time for a break. You’ve probably arrived here looking to learn something new about book cover design, but did

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10 things about my writing life you might not know

Today is a personal blog post. I’m a bit sick of writing the technical stuff of book cover design so it’s time for a break. You’ve probably arrived here looking to learn something new about book cover design, but did

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