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Book Cover Help > Please add book cover to ebook version

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message 1: by B.C.R. (new)

B.C.R. Fegan | 4 comments Hi - Please add the book cover to the ebook (ePub) version of The Grumpface. It uses the same cover image as all other versions.

https://images.gr-assets.com/books/14...

Thank you in advance.


message 2: by Windsprite (new)

Windsprite | 35 comments Done :-)


message 3: by rivka, Librarian Moderator (new)

rivka | 41718 comments Mod
Undone. We cannot copy covers from one edition to another.


message 4: by B.C.R. (new)

B.C.R. Fegan | 4 comments No problem. Let's try this again.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.c...

Thanks again.


message 5: by Codex (last edited May 21, 2017 02:15AM) (new)

Codex | 3401 comments B.C.R. wrote: "No problem. Let's try this again.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.c...

Thanks again."


Unfortunately that won’t work either: your suggested Amazon link points (indirectly) to the cover for the paperback (ISBN 9780995359215), which cannot the used as the cover for the distinct eBook (ISBN 9780995359239).

Note further that Amazon only publishes its own proprietary version of eBook, or Kindle, and no other type of eBook. Goodreads specifically differentiates Kindle as a format distinct from “eBook” (in the general sense).

➜ Covers for non-Kindle eBooks are usually best sourced from the publisher itself. However, in this case the publisher website (TailBlade Press) does not appear to list the eBook edition showing a cover image directly associated with ISBN 9780995359239.


message 6: by B.C.R. (new)

B.C.R. Fegan | 4 comments Thank you for the clarification.

http://www.taleblade.com/wp-content/u...

Third time's a charm.


message 7: by Codex (new)

Codex | 3401 comments B.C.R. wrote: "Thank you for the clarification.

http://www.taleblade.com/wp-content/u... . . ."


I’ve proceeded to add the cover for the eBook from the publisher website—although the suggested association between the specific ISBN and the isolated image remains tenuous at best.

Goodreads moderator: Please vet acceptability.


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