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Old 01-03-2013, 09:21 AM   #26
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Sorry. I kinda abandoned this thread, holidays and all that. I went with frahse's advice and used chapter titles. I wrote my next two e-books with section/chapter titles anyway. The two after that do not, but I will probably add titles to the longer one to break it up some.

Thanks again everyone. Happy New Year.
I will summarize.

Think about every square inch of every page, cover, blurb, etc., as a artist's canvas. You want it to be attractive visually and mentally. It should be "chock" full of "good" stuff like a box of chocolates stimulating your attention.

But realize "space" can be as important in art as "fill."

On the other hand, sometimes you may want to produce a drier, sparer style. Choose your format for your audience and your intent.
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