Updated April 2023 If you’re thinking about self-publishing a mystery or thriller, it’s important to carefully consider your cover design. Your book cover is the ultimate point-of-purchase sales pitch for your book, so it should grab the attention of your audience and...
Cover Art Design Trends For Mystery/Thriller Novels | Self-Publishing Relief
When you’re ready to self-publish your mystery or thriller, it’s important to choose your cover art wisely. Your book cover is your ultimate point-of-purchase sales pitch for your book, so you want to be sure it appeals to and entices your potential readers! Typical...
The Best Self-Publishing Conferences of 2017 | Self-Publishing Relief
Navigating the self-publishing industry may leave you feeling like an explorer lost in uncharted territory. Where should you start, and in which direction should you go? Whom should you ask—and trust—for help? What pitfalls should you avoid? The Internet can provide...
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