DesignCap Review

Authors might want to try this free or inexpensive app for help with their graphic design.

Nicholas C. Rossis

DesignCap review | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksAs indie authors, we not only write but also market our books. This means being active on social media, having a webpage and a blog, sending out newsletters or advertising on Bookbub, etc.

As if this wasn’t hard enough, we also have to create the visuals to support our promos. Not just one picture of the book, not even a few of them, but plenty. We need specific dimensions to fit the requirements of different social media, in different backgrounds to follow the seasons, with different taglines to reach different audiences, or simply different to have some variety and not bore your audience and yourself… in short, a nightmare for anyone who’s not a graphics designer!

Today’s post is the first of a 3-part series that explores three sites that can help you with just that. They can all create stunning visuals and offer a free version.

As a bonus…

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