Designing your book

This chapter describes how to plan and set up the design of your book, using Writer’s styles.

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One comment on “Designing your book
  1. Mike Hillsgrove says:

    Thank you very much for this book, now on order. I have 3 novels, 2 complete and the last within a few months of completion that I’ve been working on for years all done in Open Office. Since I’m a Linux Admin in the real world and run Kubuntu at home, MS Word was never an option.

    I can spend years going to writer conferences, paying for the privilege and great honor to spend 5 minutes with agents who might consider “representing” my book for a large percentage of the profit, and in the process lose ownership of my own work, or take the responsibility and have the courage to publish myself. Guess which I’ve chosen to do.

    This does however give me the responsibility to edit and get it right. It leaves me with the responsibility to market myself. Running a website to market my own product, why not?

    But what I’m not is an Open Office guru. Even something as simple as restarting page numbers has me confused. This is what your book does for me. I didn’t know that you can have different page types, or add a glossary and a TOC and roman numerals before page one. So, I thank you from the bottom of my writers heart for helping me to “get it right”.