[scribus] Review: Create book covers in Scribus by John Culleton
daytonmeister at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 15:47:39 CEST 2009
NIce eBook. It would be nice if the cover calculator was built into the PDF.
On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 6:30 AM, John Culleton <john at wexfordpress.com>wrote:
> On Sunday 19 July 2009 01:48:32 am Dan Fink wrote:
> > Not sure if I missed an official announcement here on the list,
> > but John's E-book on using Scribus to design press-ready book
> > covers is available for purchase. Best $5.95 I ever spent on
> > Scribus info! For my publishing company's first book, we hired a
> > professional cover designer. But I have a couple short-run niche
> > market books in the pipeline, and can't afford that. I had a
> > bunch of questions, and this 32 page E-book answered them all.
> > John's cover calculator is pretty cool in itself:
> > http://wexfordpress.net/template.html
> > but I wasn't quite sure what to do next with all the data it
> > generated. No problems now, and am burning the midnight oil on a
> > new cover after downloading and poring over the book for a few
> > hours.
> > Good job! I've never met John and have no affiliation with him or
> > Wexford Press, this is just a review. But I'd buy him a beer if
> > we ever met in person; this beginner's guide should save me from
> > some serious hassles.
> > You can buy the book here:
> > http://booklocker.com/books/4055.html
> > DAN FINK
> > Buckville Publications LLC
> > http://www.buckville.com/
> I am of course pleased that you are pleased! If you have any further
> needs please let me know. The virtue of the e-book is that it is
> easily modifiable at no cost. (And you get a free advance draft of
> John Culleton
> Create Book Covers with Scribus/e-book $5.95
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