In Part 3, learn how to format a table of contents, chapter name headers, page numbers and more using a template to prepare your manuscript for publication.
In Part 2, learn how to format drop caps, section breaks, and headers and footers using a template to prepare your manuscript for publication.
We’d like to re-introduction you to Book Design Templates technology and show you how easy it can be to design the interior of your book–and save money!
Here is our list of 72 free sources for photos. These images can potentially be used for book covers, social media and blog post images.
Announcing the publication of The Book Blueprint, Expert Advice for Creating Industry-Standard Print Books
Last year I explained how I came to partner with Betty Sargent on the first comprehensive resource guide for indie authors. And how the book, with the help of readers, launched at #1 in several categories on Amazon. It was awesome. The Self-Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide gathered over 150 reviews online, mostly very favorable. But […]
5 Favorite Free Fonts for Interior Book Design shows samples and gives information on Theano Didot, Alegreya, Crimson, Gandhi Serif, Rosarivo
X Hits the Spot: Why .DOCX is Better than .DOC for Authors Using Word by Tracy R. Atkins examines the evolution of Word’s file formats and gives advice for authors
Book Design: Don’t Get Confused By Typeface Point Sizes discusses the role of proportion and x-height in relation to book typography
Finding Photographs for a Book or Blog Gets Better compares Fotolia.com and iStockphoto.com and looks at the Flickr utility Compfight.com