If I sign up with BookLocker, how many cover designs may I choose from? And, will I be able to communicate directly with the designer and have input?
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And, you will work directly with the cover designer to ensure your cover is exactly what you want.
Step 1 of the publishing process is HERE.
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That is good to know. I took photos of the old library where part of the story takes place. And it works with the title so well, I can’t imagine any other cover. 🙂
What if one has a photograph from a pivotal spot in the story that they wish to use for the cover? The photo was my own.
Yes, authors can absolutely submit their own photo(s) for the cover! 🙂