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chalk_boardFeatured interior designs.

Interior design isn’t just formatting the text, it involves adding or creating graphic elements that enhance the book’s flavor and the reader’s experience. And a lot of work goes into eliminating “orphans” and “widows,” which are bad line breaks in the text that can put a word all by itself on a line or a line of a paragraph isolated at the top or bottom of a page. That’s where my editing skills come in handy (all edits are subject to approval by the author).

Check out the interior designs for this book, too. Just click on the cover.

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AR-front-cover-200WToday’s featured interior design is my work for the interior of Allah’s Revenge, a speculative thriller (and I can heartily recommend).

Take a look at the elements and pages here.

Pete-photoThe author, Pete Barber, is a British expat who now lives in North Carolina, was a computer software developer before he turned to writing. His scientific expertise informs this story in a fascinating way.