When you have a written story ready to be digitally distributed, you have to think of a few things. Like, how will your cover design look like? What will catch people’s eye so that they will pick up your book?
I’m sure that everyone has heard the saying ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’. But, in reality, and in the literal way, we do judge a book by its cover. It’s nothing to be sad about, because its human nature to find a nice cover design appealing. We are more likely to pick that one book up with a design we like.
But that isn’t the only thing that can lead to people buying a book. We aren’t just talking about the design of the cover, whether it’s physical or it’s digital, we’re also talking about the textual design.
There is nothing worse than opening a book with bad textual design. I know that I check books (if possible) to see how the text is designed and if it’s easy on the eyes. If it isn’t easy on the eyes, it won’t be easy to read. If it’s not easy to read, people will more likely put your book down sooner, whether it’s a physical or digital form.
You can do this yourself, or you can ask help of someone that offers a Typesetting service. Luckily for you, Help For Writers has a typesetting service. We do a 4-page sample for your approval before we go through with the task. You can tell us exactly what you want and we will do this for you.
To know get to know more about our typesetting service, you can look take a look here. Or if you’re unsure you can contact us or call us at in the office. We’re available from Monday until Friday from 10:00 – 16:00 (GMT London).