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- n. The style of a document's format
- n. The code in a markup language which determines a document's format
- v. Present participle of format.
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- n. the organization of information according to preset specifications (usually for computer processing)
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Some of the formatting is annoying, specifically the lack of quotation marks in the ‘flashback’ sequences, but it does a good job of meshing lessons in quilting technique with the plot.
But I mention the title because the formatting is crap!!
Joshua is the author of Kindle Formatting and is a specialist in formatting books for the Kindle and other e-book platforms.
Also Text formatting is not proper, its getting truncated.
Generally, I think your formatting is very readable.
You can adjust it, but once you do, the formatting is shot to hell.
I adjusted the text on two Harlequins and two indie-pubbed books (Kept by Zoe Winters and The Proviso by Moriah Jovan * g*) and had the same issue: the formatting is off and so is the page count.
The formatting is a little screwy here, but here are the recent WA reviews for Viu Manent (the columns are vintage, wine name, score, drinking window, and current release price):
Although your beta reader may assist in formatting your paragraphs and separating your dialogue and narratives, its not their job to do so.
Unlike fully fledged project planning software, all formatting is self imposed – you can easily change what information you store and how you use it.