You want your book to sell in big quantities, right? In my last post I discussed the importance of perfecting (as much as is practical) your novel or soon-to-be-published book on your hard drive before uploading to Create Space. This post is about cover design-in particular, whether or not you should fork over hundreds of dollars for a professional illustrator to design your cover or if you should undertake that project yourself. A good cover can help sell your book as it is the first thing that a reader will see. First impressions can be a door opener or a door slammed in your face.
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A Novel of Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto. Comrade Anna recently was added or is being added to the archives, libraries and/or books stores at the U.S. Holocaust Museum, Washington, D.C., the Holocaust Museum in Skokie, Il., the Holocaust Museum in Houston, Tx., The Ghetto Fighters Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, and Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. A Yad Vashem spokesperson characterized Comrade Anna as "an important contribution to our library."