Just a quick note about Book Covers really. I believe a few writers, especially those in the e-book business, seem to care less about the cover than they do the actual writing, relying on the strength of the writing to sell their books to the reader. But what is it that the reader sees first? Its always the cover! (oh and the Title too...!) What are everyone elses thoughts on their book covers? Do you spend extra care on it, or just throw something together as an after thought? I love the quote: “Three aspects of a book make the greatest first impression on potential readers. The opening sentence, the title, and of course, the cover. If the cover art does its job well, it will portray the tone and genre of the book accurately—and help it stand out from its competition on the bookshelf.” I very much agree with this statement. While the writing is undeniably important, and it is, the very first impression a reader gets from your book, will always always be the front cover. All of my own book covers have been created by an excellent Graphic Designer I know, in fact one I should know very well, she is after all my wife. My covers can be viewed on my website, along with my full rambling thoughts on book covers...But if anyone is in the market for a good e-book cover then check out PickleLilly53, as she is more than happy to create a bespoke book covers at a very reasonable price! Her website can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/picklelilly53 But i would like to hear opinions on what others think of the Book Cover in the e-book market!