Blank pages

Blank pages

If a book doesn't reach a minimum of 12 pages, we add white blank pages. This is a printer requirement.
We do this to ensure an efficient printing press runs. Consistency is essential when managing thousands of unique books to ensure quality and value.
For instance, an 8-page book might cost more because the volume is low, and the printer needs to "reset" the press run. Similarly, a 14-page book could cost more for the same reason.

To replace a blank page, you can consider adding one of the following elements:
  1. Blurb/Book Summary: A brief description of the book's storyline or main theme. It entices readers and gives them a glimpse of what to expect.
  2. Dedication Page: A page dedicated to someone special, like a friend, family member, or teacher, to express gratitude, love, or admiration.
  3. Author's Note: A message from the author, sharing insights, inspirations, or personal thoughts related to the book.
  4. About the Author: An author's bio that provides readers with information about the author's background, interests, and writing journey.
  5. Acknowledgments: A section where the author expresses gratitude to individuals or organizations who contributed to the book's creation or provided support and inspiration.
  6. Character Profiles: Brief descriptions and images of the main characters in the book, helping readers visualize and connect with them.
  7. Illustration Gallery: A collection of the book's illustrations or artwork, showcasing the creative talent behind the visuals.
  8. Discussion Questions: Questions that encourage readers to reflect on the book's themes, characters, and messages, making it suitable for book clubs or classroom discussions.
  9. Glossary: Definitions and explanations of key terms or unusual words used in the book, especially helpful for educational or informative books.
  10. Map: If the book's setting is crucial, include a map to help readers visualize the story's locations.
  11. Timeline: For books with historical or time-based elements, provide a timeline to help readers understand the sequence of events.
  12. Quotes: Share meaningful or thought-provoking quotes from the book, highlighting key moments or themes.
  13. Trivia or Fun Facts: Share interesting tidbits or behind-the-scenes information about the book's creation.
  14. Reader Reviews/Testimonials: Include positive reviews or testimonials from readers who have enjoyed the book.
  15. Preview of the Next Book: If the book is part of a series, offer a sneak peek or teaser for the next installment.

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