I recently started publishing books on Amazon.  I wanted to be able to publish a nice cover on my website, and on social media. It had to look nice, like something I would want to buy! I was introduced to Book Brush and haven’t looked back!

The problem with that, is that I’m not artistic enough to make a nice looking photo like that. Well, Book Brush takes the work out of it! They have so many covers and ads you can make! Book Brush makes it so easy to create a photo to display your cover art.

You Don’t Have To Be Artistic!

Now, I’m not a artistic person by any means. I want to be artistic, but I am not. I did not get the artistic gene in the family. That’s why I love Book Brush so much! It allows me to be artistic, and create my own book icons, and ads. It is literally as simple as uploading an image and clicking on the icon you want to use it on. I can create a stunning icon in under 5 minutes. You can see my icons throughout this post, and how beautiful they come out!

Now, the good thing about Book Brush, is that you can choose the platform for what you are creating. You can make the icons as a book, or for a tablet or mobile phone. You have a lot of options to choose from, and can even do a trailer for your book! .

1,000’s Of Images To Use!

Book Brush has thousands of images you can use to make you photos. These images are royalty-free, so you can use them any way you wish. They are great to add uniqueness to your photos, and really make them yours. There are more than 30 templates on Book Brush to choose from, so there is literally something for everyone on there.

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