Does The Cover Of A Book Play A Crucial Role In Its Sales

Hello readers,

Today’s guest post has been written by Shweta Shah who is the author of ‘I Wear The Smile You Gave’ which is a romantic thriller.

There is a popular saying which goes, ‘Never judge a book by its cover’. However, the irony is that we tend to opine and conclude about a book not only by the title that it has but also by its cover.

Whatever is showcased, spoken about and highlighted the most is always in demand.
The sale of a book depends on many factors and book cover is one of them.

When a book cover is attractive it is easily picked up and hence plays a crucial in the sales. And as it said, ‘the first impression is the last impression’ hence an attractive cover does not only hold a long-lasting impression on the reader’s mind but also makes them pick the book and thus helps in increasing the sales.

A book cover which is attractive and perfectly in sync with the title and blurb makes a positive impression. Thus, a book cover plays a crucial role in the sales of a book.

Blurb Of The Book:

Ajeet is a commoner, a boy next door who is away from the Worldliness and moreover just a happy-go-lucky guy. Aditi and Ajeet are batch mates in a Junior College and share a good chemistry. Aditi is all head over heels for Ajeet and without any hesitation, irrespective of the time and place boldly conveys her feelings for him. Ajeet was infatuated towards Aditi, however, finds his true love in Sumi whom he meets in his coaching class. Wanting to break away from the conventional norms and the shackles of a traditional familial business and to prove his worth to his dad, Ajeet joins Army. Years later a tragedy connects Ajeet, Sumi, and Aditi once again, however, changing their lives forever.

Amazon Link of the Book:

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