10th December 2016
The Mine by Antti Tuomainen, thriller set in Finland. Journalist Janne Vuori finds himself investigating the mine at Suomalahti,...
Ill-conceived and lazy covers can damage a book’s sales and an author’s reputation. There is nothing more important than a good cover in securing the initial engagement with a book. A poor cover is a missed opportunity to engage with a potential reader.
TripFiction’s Tina look at some of the less good covers that have crossed our desks in recent time – and determines what we (and the publishers responsible) can learn from them….
To read the full blog on this fascinating subject, please click on the link below.
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