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I need readers input on a question about fiction eBooks. In formatting an eBook novel, I wondered about the inclusion of Contents lists where the reader can search that list, click on the chapter of their choice, and go right to the chapter they want.This is handy, but I wonder how many readers use it and whether they find it distracting. First, do readers generally finds these Content lists helpful? Secondly, would they prefer to have these lists placed in front or in back of the eBook.

As a reader, I prefer getting right into the story without a lot of distractions. When I start reading a novel, I find it somewhat distracting to click through several pages of Content lists (Preface, Chapter list, acknowledgement, ads, etc.) before I even get to the start of the story.

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Dara: Does it matter to you whether the ToC is placed in the front or back?
 
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