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The Book with the Missing First Page
Your acknowledgements start on a right-hand page. Optional Do you have a foreword written by someone well-known and respected in your field? Put it here, beginning on a right-hand page. Introductions start on a right-hand page.
New chapters usually begin on a right-hand page, but this is a discussion to have with your book designer. The first page of a chapter is set apart through the use of design, graphics and fonts to indicate to the reader that a new chapter is beginning. Note that the first page of a new chapter does not contain a header. Optional Some books—nonfiction or fiction—are divided into parts or sections.
Title pages for each part are placed between chapters to indicate the break. The back side of the part title page is left blank. Chapter numbering continues from the previous part. The title page, placed on a right-hand page, should stand out and be designed to match your book title page.
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If your book is divided into parts or sections, the part titles should be listed in the Table of Contents as well. Optional but a good idea Your longer author bio can be placed toward the end of the book.
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Both covers are intact, which I know usually means the publisher had requested it be destroyed by the original vendor. When I've found books like that, I've brought it back to the store where I bought it and they usually exchange it for me. Is it a first edition? If so and if it is messed up like this it may be worth quite a bit of money particularly if the publisher recalled and pulped all the copies because of the error If I read the publishing information correctly, it's the first soft cover edition.
Girl, Missing | Book by Sophie McKenzie | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster UK
I had exactly that happen in my first copy of Wicked- which was also brand new. I just went back to the store where I bought it and they replaced it no issue :.
But then again, they used to make books like this purposely.. But I do believe that depended on decisions you made about the story.
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Can you elaborate on the part where they used to do these things purposely? Cake Day. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. What happens when a new book is missing pages? My bad. I did write that incorrectly.