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  • Ah, got it! Yes, two different things, lol. Personally, I like having a "quote" on the cover versus my "own descriptive" tag line, but whatever is the most eye catching for you is always the ticket :-) 
  • Here's my story: In 2003 (I think) I collected all the articles on my website and created an ebook for sale. It was called, "End Verbal Abuse and Save Your Marriage."...
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  • Started by Karen A. Wyle
    Last reply by Lynne Favreau
    I'm making my final preparations to self-publish my SF novel, TWIN-BRED, and am not sure whether to use the book cover that I used for my CreateSpace proof.  I've atta...
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  • Kristen... I agree with Laura... I wouldn't worry yet. If you an agent (or that may be your first stop) and if he or she is good at what they do -- they'll give you ad...
  • This my book cover which I think it is just what I want woman pick up. It's very eye catching and feminine. What do you think  the content of the book will without a preview or press release??
  • Great questions, Zetta. I confess.  I am drawn to an intriguing, original cover, for sure.  And, I've discovered some pretty wonderful authors I'd otherwise never have...