Thank you for being so helpful. I am so glad I stumbled on this forum...it has been so very helpful! I am working on my trial manuscript and have 2 questions.
1. The first page of my book is titled "About the Author". Do I have to braille this as a preliminary page for my manuscript? I thought I did not have to braille it, as it seemed like a "biographical sketch of the author" as stated in 19.2g, which is to be eliminated from the manuscript according to 20.4 directions. Not sure. If I do have to braille it, as this is 2 paragraphs, would this be the first page of my text and then have to be mentioned on the transcriber's page as to the rearrangement of it?
2. In my book, the only book reviews from other sources are on the back cover. Do I have to make a preliminary page for these, even though they are on the back cover & not in the front? If so, do I mention that on a transcriber's note page?
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks so much.
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