I prefer the flat cover because I love the image, but my gut says the "box set" version may sell better because readers especially like deals/value in books.
Any other thoughts?
For people with visual impairments: what's the best way to write alt text for an image that contains a ton of information?
Specifically, I'm doing accessibility for D&D book that includes a dungeon map. The spatial relationships between rooms are vital information, but the alt text I wrote for this map is like 5 pages long, and I feel like that's too long to be helpful?
Boosts welcome on this toot.
Amazon is running a Kindle Monthly Deal on my book! Do any of you have ideas how to maximize sales from it? They'll be doing their own marketing for it, and I'm running some ads and tweeting, but it would be great to do more - I just don't know where to start. 🤔
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