parts of a book

 Even if you've polished your chapters to perfection, you still need to prepare a few parts of your book before publishing—namely, the front cover and the back cover.


If you've never seen these terms before, don't panic! They refer only to the first and last parts of the book: the parts that make it look together and "official" rather than randomly bound pages.


The front of a book consists of the first pages: title page, copyright page, table of contents, etc. There may also be an introduction of the author or an introduction of someone familiar with their work.


Although many readers will skip it, the front cover has some important information about the book's author and publisher. 

The body of the book is pretty self-explanatory: the main text that sits between the front and back covers. For readers and writers, this is where the magic happens – but it's not just the content that matters, it's also how you organize it. Don't worry, we'll show you how!

Each book has chapters, or at least sections, into which the story is divided. These chapters may not be labeled with a chapter heading or appear in the ToC; some authors begin new chapters simply with a page break.

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