I’m a visual person (hello, Pinterest!), so infographs and charts always grab my attention. They can be a great way to display content to your readers about your book, your self, or a theme from your book. This can be especially effective for non-fiction books, but there’s plenty of room to get creative with fiction too.
I came across this great tool to help you create infographs quite easily – it’s called Piktochart and it’s free if you allow their watermark on your chart, otherwise there is a paid option for more templates and customization. See below for some of the Piktocharts I’ve been playing around with!
Pretty cool huh? No graphic design skills necessary…
Go make your own Piktochart here >>> !
Laura Pepper Wu is the co-founder of 30 Day Books: a book studio. She has worked with a variety of authors to successfully promote their books, including many Amazon best-sellers. Laura is the author of wedding non-fiction guides and book marketing guides 77 Ways to Find New Readers for Your Self-Published Book and Fire Up Amazon!
Laura also runs Ladies Who Critique, a critique-partner finding site. When she's not working at the studio, you can find her walking her dog, "yoga-ing" or at a coffee shop in Seattle.