‘Free’ eBook Creator’s Corner: What It’s Like to Write an e-book cover
A reader recently asked us what the process of designing an ebook cover is like.
We had a few ideas for covers to share, but the reader didn’t seem to have a clear definition for it.
So, we’ve decided to provide a simple, one-page description of how to write an ebooks cover, with a few guidelines for you to follow if you’re planning to make one yourself.
We also shared some of the best e-books covers on the web for your perusal, along with some examples of what you could potentially do with your own.
Free ebooks on the Internet: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly The good: A free ebook by Paul K. Johnson, creator of the popular “How to Get Away with Murder” podcast and “Tales of the Tijuana Road Trip” series.
You can find the full list of authors on his website.
Johnson has written hundreds of ebooks and dozens of short stories, and he’s well-known as the author of The Good News and the Bad News, two books that were featured on Oprah Winfrey’s podcast.
He also recently published a book about his life and writing.
The bad: You can buy his book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, or other online retailers.
It has some serious copyright problems.
He says he has over 300 e-texts, and is working on getting a new license so that he can publish more.
He recommends that you avoid any book covers with text that’s copyrighted.
The best free ebook: “The Best Free Ebook: A Book for the People.”
This is an ebook for anyone who has read “How To Get Away With Murder” or “Tale of the Town.”
It’s a collection of stories, short stories and poems that feature characters who are either friends or relatives of the main characters.
The stories range from simple to dark, but it’s all about family.
You might also like “The Black Book of American History.”
The Ugly: If you’ve ever had to work in a library, you know that books can get a little intimidating.
“The Book Thief,” a free e-audiobook by “The Lonely Island,” features a story by one of the characters.
It’s an intriguing tale that shows us just how dangerous a thief can be.
“In the Shadow of the Storm,” a book written by writer-director Tim Burton, tells the story of a boy who’s just out of high school and has a crush on his classmate.
He goes on an adventure with his friend to find a mysterious and powerful sword, and they fall in love with each other.
The Book Thief was recently nominated for an Academy Award.
The Unexpected Book: “A book of strange events that happen in the middle of the night.”
A story by “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin, it tells the tale of a man who’s suddenly thrown out of a hotel room and into the middle a strange, bizarre and magical world.
“Night Shift” is a story from author Tom McCarthy, who also writes “The Way of Kings.”
It focuses on the lives of three people who are suddenly separated from each other after a devastating earthquake.
This is a very unusual book, as it’s not about a single character.
“You’ll get to experience the joy of discovery when you read ‘The Way to Win a War’,” writes McCarthy.
He advises readers to choose a genre that’s not too far removed from the “normal” book they’ve been reading.
The Best Free e-Book: “An e-Reader’s Guide to Making Your Own Digital Album.”
This free ebook contains a detailed tutorial on how to make a digital album, including creating an album, selecting songs, and even creating a theme song.
This book is a must-read for anyone planning to write their own songs, as they will help you find your way to the right song.
“This book has a whole chapter on making an eBooks cover,” says author James DeFoe.
“It’s so good to read this book before you start writing an album.”
The Good: “This e-reader is the best for finding songs and albums,” writes author John McTigue.
“All you have to do is pick a track, set it aside, and listen for hours while listening to a different song over and over.
If you have a song you want to keep, just pick up the book and start listening.
If the song you’re trying to find doesn’t sound like your favorite song, you can find it on the internet, and then you can start working on your cover.”
The Bad: You need to do more than just listen to the album, writes McTive.
“There are several elements to creating an eBook cover.
It will require a lot of time, effort, and dedication,” he writes.