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Print Cover Design

Whether you are a veteran indie author or are self-publishing for the first time, then our print cover design service is ideal for you.

Ebook Cover Desgin

Our professional eBook cover design service is perfect for indie authors who are looking for a strong, eye-catching eBook cover.

Ebook & Print Cover

If you are looking for a professional print and eBook cover design for your book then our combined design bundle is truly the best option.

Don’t wait until someday to start publishing your own books.

Published Books

Pricing and Plans

Your books deserve a global audience! Readers gravitate to sleek, attractive cover designs - which is exactly what we offer. Get the designs right and have readers hurry up to grab a copy of your book.

EBOOK COVER DESIGN

$200

  • Unlimited Rounds of Revisions
  • 100% Ownership of Copyright
  • Free Stock Images



PRINT COVER DESIGN

$399

  • Unlimited Rounds of Revisions
  • 100% Ownership of Copyright
  • Free Stock Images
  • Print-Ready Designs
  • Front/Back/Spine

EBOOK/PRINT COVER

$599

  • Unlimited Rounds of Revisions
  • 100% Ownership of Copyright
  • Free Stock Images
  • Print-Ready Designs
  • Front/Back/Spine
  • 3D Mockup

Great book cover design: How does it work?

Don’t sell your book short! Readers naturally reach for attractive and stylish covers.

Stylish, good-looking covers sell more.

Gone are the days when a book didn’t have to be judged by its cover. Contrary to popular notion, it’s paramount for the design of your book to be attractive, intriguing, and appealing. Reason?

Statistics show that beautiful cover design books sell a lot more by engaging readers even before they begin reading. Numbers don’t lie, so marrying style and substance is your best bet to get readers eager to pick up a copy.

Bonus: Supercharge your book’s promotion via attention-grabbing cover images.

As an author, your book’s cover defines who you stand for as a brand. When it comes to building your brand, there’s no room for mediocrity! Our JPEGs for the entire cover (including the front cover), allow you to spread the word around in various platforms.

Edited Books

6,089

Years of experience

9

Number of editors

455

Client served

5,997

Authors Reviews

Don't believe us? Not a problem. We let you (our clients) do the talking!

Testimonial author

Christina

Working with TrueEditors has been nothing short of a dream-come-true! I was literally guided like a caring partner who navigated my path in the journey of self-publishing. In addition to the excellent copy-editing work done on my manuscript, my dream of getting published in a hassle-free manner has come true. An absolute must for all authors- strongly recommended

Testimonial author

Kevin

Joseph and Kurt went out of their way in helping me get my book published. They were professional, courteous, answered all my questions, and best of all- showered me with personal attention! My cover design was awesome too! I wouldn't think twice before recommending TrueEditors to any author.

Testimonial author

Linda

TrueEditors is an epitome of professionalism, competence, foresight, and proactive insights. They went above and beyond my publishing needs, even responding to my emergent communications, no matter what the hour. All my phone calls, emails, and chats were dealt with in a polite, proper manner. Not once did they give me an opportunity to complain. Look no further than them for all your manuscripts and publishing needs.

Testimonial author

John

Simply amazing! Your ability to read my mind and capture it perfectly never ceases to amaze me. Excellent is an understatement for what you’ve consistently done for me. Your proofreaders and editors are brilliant and generous. Thank you for everything you’re doing for me. You have a lifelong customer and admirer in me for sure!

Frequently Asked Questions

Put simply, there are three parts to a book cover: 1) front; 2) back; and 3) spine. The front cover informs readers about the title, name of author, genre of the book, and overall theme via an interplay of appealing fonts, images, and graphics. Next, the back cover typically comprises a brief blurb that lets readers know a bit more about what the book covers. Finally, the spine includes the book’s title and author name.
A cover design denotes the general term combining title, name of author and the image beautifying a book’s cover. Think of a book cover design as a wrapping paper that enhances the charm of a gift (the book) by making it look beautiful and appealing.
A dust or book jacket, which is basically a thick wrapper bearing the title, name of author, and of course, the cover image.
A paperback book’s cover encompasses everything that is covered by a dust jacket, but its smaller size means it accommodates a smaller font and lesser text.
Not really, although both are distinctly similar. In contrast to hardbacks/paperbacks, the cover design of an e-book doesn’t include a spine or back-cover copy – because it doesn’t need to!
That depends on the type of book (its genre) and word count. Unlike textbooks, which are generally larger, children’s books are usually oblong or square. The specifications of most books are as follows 5 inch (width)/8 inch (height).
The answer is a yes but mostly a no since not all book authors are good with visual aesthetics. As a thumb role, a good book cover benefits from attention to detail, insider knowledge, and proven design experience. To get the best results, it’s prudent to depend on experienced designers to intersperse various elements and create a unique, customized cover that attracts a wide audience.
As always, start with the basics - words. At TrueEditors, we invest our time and effort in familiarizing ourselves with your voice & work to create a cover that is perfectly suitable for your genre. To do that, we pair you with a designer experienced in your field/genre so that the design is exactly what you’re looking for.
No; one will do! Our experienced designers are known to create images that look as visually attractive on an e-book as they do on a paperback or hardcopy.