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At A Glance: Book Cover Design

They say never judge a book by its cover, but just ask any bookstore owner or publisher, and they will tell you that if you want your book to find a good home, it needs to have a cover that stands out among its peers. Books compete in bookstores and on the web for very limited customer-facing visual space. A high-quality and attractive book cover can be the difference between your novel being cuddled up with next to the fire this winter or becoming the fire. Book cover design professionals and consultants are experts with experience in creating a visually powerful image that attracts attention, projects the central ideas and themes of your literary project, and stands out on the shelf.

Book cover designers can come from a variety of artistic backgrounds, and like all artists and designers, they each bring to the table a unique set of experiences that influences their style and choice of medium. Hiring a freelance book cover designer on Upwork gives you access to this bevy of knowledge and experience, and allows you to work collaboratively when choosing the aesthetics of fonts, colors, and symbols for your book. Freelance book cover consultants are highly-trained professionals who can help guide a client in making the striking visual choices needed to generate maximum exposure for any novel, comic, or magazine. Working with freelance book cover designers or consultants allows anyone to obtain the extra edge when showing off that newly printed or reprinted book.

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