How To Make Your ‘Title Page’ Stand Out Using Scrivener

For those who use Scrivener, an excellent way to get around the BLAH of most e-book formatting.

Michael J Holley - Writer

photoDon’t you hate the way that self-published books can sometimes look, well… amateur. You know what I mean, don’t you? They put the reader off before a word has been read. Why is this?

There are the obvious things that have to do with the cover, then there’s the dimensions of the book itself (average US and UK paperback sizes are different, make sure you know what you want), and then you turn back the cover to reveal the title page. This is the first page of the book usually. You know the one that has the title on it. The title page of my latest novel is pictured here.

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