Don’t Crowdsource Your Cover Design – by Jane Friedman…

on Publishers Weekly:

It’s a beloved truism in publishing that the cover is the key marketing tool for a book. Even those outside of the industry know the cliché, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” But, in fact, we all make snap judgments about whether we’d enjoy books based on looks alone. It’s not so different from shopping for clothing or anything with a distinct look and feel—some things match one’s identity and others don’t.

That’s why it drives me a little nuts when authors post their covers in progress on social media groups full of other authors and ask for feedback.

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