Do you name your chapters or just number them or do a combination of both? For example, would you choose, "The Great Escape," "Chapter 1," or "Chapter 1 - The Great Escape"? Could you explain why you prefer one over the others?
Three Men in a Boat (To say nothing of the dog) sets this tone right in the book title.There are books of a certain age where in addition to the chapter title you get a summary of what the chapter is about. It adds a certain flair and also lets you know how long a chapter is likely to be...
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