A unique touch to scene breaks

Those of you familiar with my story recall that my primary character, Mike, carried his father’s rank emblem with him in his pocket at all times.  The emblem, a brass oak leaf, is used as the rank symbol for Navy Lieutenant Commanders, and for Army and Marine Corps Majors.  Mike’s reliance on the emblem as a token of his father’s guidance made it a likely candidate to replace the 3-dot ellipsis symbol often used to denote a scene break.  It might also be used as a publisher’s icon on the book’s spine.  Pete was able to craft the emblem and size it suitably for the scene breaks in the final manuscript.

 

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2 Responses to A unique touch to scene breaks

  1. Susan McClurg Berman says:

    Progress in the book publishing arena! Good for you, Capt. Jack.

  2. Great Jack. Love the idea and back story

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