This course is ideal for: Self-published authors who want to stand out for all the right reasons
You will discover:
The 5 steps to a winning cover
How to stand out from the crowd
How to use colour, imagery and fonts
Fiction versus non-fiction designs
And much more
If you are self-publishing your book – whether it's a fictional novel or a business book – you want your book cover to stand out from the pack. You probably also want it to look like it's been published by a professional publishing house. It's about giving your book the best chance of being found, chosen and bought by your target readers.
Readers have so many books to choose from. And in such a competitive marketplace, you need your book to stand out.
Designing a book cover can be daunting task. Where should you start? How can you make it look good? What should you avoid? Is Comic Sans font really all that bad? (Answer: yes.)
Sure, creating a book cover may not be as complex as writing a novel, but it has its challenges. It’s easy to design a BAD cover. But your words deserve more – and you deserve to have high expectations.
To increase your chances of enjoying the book cover design process and the result, it’s important to put in the prep-work. In this course, respected designer Julia Kuris will help you take your first steps to your cover success. In it, you’ll discover:
If you already have a great idea of what you want your cover to look like, this course will help you bring it to life. Or maybe you have no idea, and we can help you get there.
Usually it’s only fictional mafia-run Chinese restaurants that provide “the perfect cover”. But with our steps to success, you too can create covers that sell. We look forward to showing you how!
This is one of AWC’s 20+ “self-paced” online courses. But what does that mean? Allow us to explain:
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