These are great points. When I edit, I am happy to say I was already doing – whee!
Joel Friedlander wrote a great article “7 Formatting Errors That Make Your Book Look Unprofessional”, helping self-publishing authors to get to know the in- and outs of book layout. This is not the only useful post, a whole cornucopia of advice for authors who want to create print books can be found on www.TheBookDesigner.com, Joel’s website. He asks: “Although our books may be self-published, we sure don’t want them to look sub-par, do we?”
Books Should Look Like from Traditional Publishers
Writers certainly try to launch their books without the long delays or the uncertainty if they get a traditional publisher contract. The best way to have a great book layout is through a professional. However, some authors don’t want to use a book lay-outer, or don’t want to fork out the costs involved. Another way to solve a lot of these print book formatting problems…
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