I'm trying to get my mind around how to format my novel for Amazon so it works both in Kindle and for possible print-on-demand. Do you do it up the same for both, or should it be different for each? Here's the thing: The book is divided into a prologue and four parts. In hardcopy, at least, I envision each of these sections having its own title page, recto (on the front, right-hand side), with the verso side bare, or possibly containing a quotation. Then the first chapter of each section would start on the next recto, odd-numbered page. Subsequent chapters would start at the top of full pages, recto or verso, however it fell out. The front matter and back matter (copyright page, inside titles, acknowledgements, etc.) would each be on pages of their own. I'm not decided on whether the hardcopy version would need a table of contents, since it'll be all numbers by section, with no descriptive chapter titles. But that'd make for a lot of vacant screens in an ebook. And what I see in most ebooks is the front matter all smooshed up together. And of course, a TOC with live links--- very handy when you have no page numbers. So, those of you who have gone this indie publishing route, how did you do it? Submit as for hardcopy, and Kindle takes care of redoing it so it works as an ebook? Or did you submit your book in two different formats?