We’ve all heard people judge a book by its cover. Does any body really know what a good cover is and does it make a difference?
I tried Googling but didn’t hit on anything that gave me the stats. I wanted to know is there a color, font size, artwork, something that triggers buying based on the design of the book cover, didn’t find it. Must be an industry secret. Here’s what I believe: The book cover needs to look good as a thumbnail (learning that mistake from experience). Red is exciting, blue is pretty good too.
My older cover was too dark on Amazon's thumbnail so I went for something simpler and lighter, we'll see what happens.
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First to Die on Amazon