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Old 12-21-2012, 07:22 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by bmcox View Post
I am getting ready to release a novelette and Iíve broken it up into chapters. What I canít decide is the less intrusive but more impersonal number better or is a titled chapter a more enriching reading experience?

Do you use numbers or titled chapters for your books? What have you found?
I think you answered your question when you said

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titled chapter a more enriching reading experience
They can be as important as the often neglected blurb. They can also organize your mind and your writing. If they seem hard to do, then perhaps you don't have a handle on your intentions for the chapter, though those intentions may change, and then of course so will the title.

For the most part, I consider them imperative.

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