This page is dedicated to the tools that you will need when you write and create ebooks.
Bookmark this page, as I’ll update it often with the fabulous tools that I find.
There are several places you can go for ebook covers. You can get a pretty good cover on Fiverr.com
Of course, you’ll check the feedback of the ebook cover creator and that the seller is capable of the design that you require.
My preferred tool for ebook covers is MyECoverMaker. For $10 / £6.50 a month you can make as many ebook covers as you like, along with DVD covers and membership site cards. Making your ebook cover is quick and simple, within minutes you can create an excellent cover. There is a range of backgrounds / stock imagery that you can use or you can upload your own.
This is an excellent tool and I highly recommend it. There’s a limited free option as well, so check it out and see what you can do.
If you’ve bought any of my Kindle guides then you’ll know how great ebooks and free/special reports can look.
Again there is a fast way to create the ebooks and make them look great, and that’s using Product Creator Pro. If you don’t create a lot of information products or special reports then grab a copy of Zero to Ebook, where I detail how to make your ebooks look terrific using Word. But if you are creating 2 or more a month, then you need Product Creator Pro.
It also makes converting your ebook to Kindle so easy. If you have several ebooks and you want to add them to Kindle then this is the perfect tool for you. It’s not too expensive at £30/$49 a month and it’s an exceptional time saver. Again there’s a free option, go and check it out – try before you buy.
If Product Creator Pro is beyond your budget, then you might like Kinstant Formatter instead. It’s $27 for 100 credits with no time expiry limit. Combined with MyEcoverMaker.com you’ll be able to create slick looking Kindle books in no time at all.