A book cover that cuts through the visual noise and grabs a person's attention takes real creative skill to design. It takes an artist with knowledge of colors, lighting, shadows, and font styles to bring it all together into a custom book cover that really stands out - way out - from the others.
Designing a book cover that really helps a book sell usually isn't cheap. But thankfully we live in the digital age. An age that allows creative geniuses to produce templates that allow the rest of us to further tweak and edit to fit our New York Times bestseller...or ebook on grooming your dog at home.
Take a look at these two book covers:
If you don't have Photoshop, you can find a graphic designer who does and you can send them your pick of templates along with instructions on how to edit it. They will be staring from a template which usually cuts the artist's time considerably, and ultimately your investment as well.
The Bottom Line:
You don't want a cheap book cover representing your hours and hours of hard work, but you don't want to spend more than you have to either. With 70 unique, classy templates to choose from, designing a book cover you'll be proud of is more affordable than ever!