Author Marketing and Branding Mock-up

author branding mockup
by CJ McDaniel // May 26  

Author Marketing and Branding Mock-up


Tool for authors

No matter what kind of promotional materials you decide to design and include in your book marketing campaign, the Brand Your Book Photoshop mock-up gives you a professional way to display all your book promotional materials in one easy-to-use aesthetic graphic. These graphics are great for your websites, book signings, book banners and any other place you would like to show off your variety of book marketing materials.

Author Marketing and Branding Mock-up
Sample business book using the Brand Your Book Mock-up


Author Marketing and Branding Mock-up
Sample summer beach book using the Brand Your Book Mock-up

Customizable graphics

This mock-up includes a place for your book, ebook, sales sheet, bookmark, postcard, rack card, front and back business card, letterhead and media kit. To help your graphics best fit in with your book and message, you can use one of our well-designed backgrounds, or you can include your own. Brand Your Book also includes other photorealistic 3D items to accent and bring your mock-up to life. Some of these items are reading glasses, sunglasses, paperclips, a wadded up piece of paper, and ink pen. All items can be moved or hidden, so if you want your graphic to look different you can easily arrange things the way you desire.

Free mock-ups just for you

You can grab this editable Photoshop mock-up for free. This author’s marketing mock-up comes in an Adobe Photoshop file format and is easily editable using smart objects. Just open the layer for each promotional item and paste or create your design in the section and save. Once you save your design will automatically show up on the master graphic. Enter your email address below to receive the link to the download.

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About the Author

CJ grew up admiring books. His family owned a small bookstore throughout his early childhood, and he would spend weekends flipping through book after book, always sure to read the ones that looked the most interesting. Not much has changed since then, except now some of those interesting books he picks off the shelf were designed by his company!