11-17-2011 07:04 PM
When I finished creating my e-book for the contest I realized that the cover art was not imbedded in the story.
Not unusual, Kindle doesn't do this, but other ePub services do (won't name the competition here). The question is what is correct. It's really nice cover art and looks nice (assuming the reader is capable of color). Should I revise the file to include the cover art as the first page or will straying from the template cause a disqualification?
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11-17-2011 08:33 PM
Some people include it within the file and some don't.
When you open a book do you see the cover design on the interior or just title pages? Usually just a part and full title page.
11-17-2011 09:25 PM
11-18-2011 01:01 AM
11-18-2011 01:38 AM
11-18-2011 11:53 AM
That's what I'm saying. The Lulu creator does not seem to include the marketing image (or cover, what's in a name) in the E-pub file. Neither does Kindle unless you include it as the first page in the file you upload.
Smashwords does include the cover in the file without you having to insert it into the document. It's done for you when you upload your .doc file.