Indexing services

An index is essentially a roadmap to the book, listing names, places, and things in alphabetical order and giving the page numbers associated with each topic. For nonfiction books, packed with valuable information, a well-made index can help quickly direct the reader to the information they’re trying to find.

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Chapter Titles and Numbers with Page Numbers

  • Per 100
  • Indexing, Page titles paired with page numbers

Citations

  • Per 100
  • Adding citations
  • Chicago Manual of Style citation guidelines

Foot Notes

  • Per item
  • To direct the reader to more information pertaining to the subject in the main text;
  • To reference a quote or viewpoint; or
  • To use as an alternative to parenthetical references.
  • Chicago Manual of Style

Reference and See also

  • Per 100
  • Typically for non-fiction stories

Abbreviations

  • Per 100
  • A shortened form of a word or phrase

Glossary

  • Per 100
  • The idioticon, vocabulary, or clavis,
  • Essentially a book’s personal dictionary
  • Rare, unfamiliar, specialized, or made up words or terms

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