How To Format Your Novel for Kindle (HTML Template)
Below are two sets of coding. In the video, I use the first Codes.
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The Code below includes
So, go ahead and Copy The Code (Sample).
To see what the code looks like, just click <here>

Just zip it up with your image with your HTML file and there you go!
Note: the image html would look more like:

<a name=”cover”/><img src="[imagenamehere].jpg" alt="[ImageNameHere]">
Table of Content in HTML
A bullet list in HTML
Dropped Case in HTML (The first letter of a chapter enlarged or larger)
A Glossary
A Prologue
About the Author
Stuff to put before the story begins (ISBN, Website, Dedication, etc)
And Kindle Coding:
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<a name=”TOC”/>
Table of Contents for Kindle users to jump to and move around your novel
O
<a name=”start”/>
Go To Beginning where you want people to go when they first open your book
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<a name=”cover”/>
Go To Cover where it will display your beautiful picture/cover of your book
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<mbp:pagebreak/> - Page Breaks for each Chapter

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=iso-8859-1" />
<title>{Enter your Title of Book here}</title>
</head>

<body>
<center><h2>{Enter Prologue Title Here}</h2></center>
<br>
<p>{Start the prologue text here}</p>
<p>{And keep on typing it all up}</p>
<hr />
<mbp:pagebreak />
<br />
<p>This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental.</p>
<br>
<br>
ISBN 10: {Enter Number}<br>
ISBN 13: {Enter Number}<br>
<br>
{Title of Book here}<br>
Copyright {Date} by {Author Name}<br>
All rights reserved.<br>
Published by {Name here}<br>
http://www.{web address}<br>
<br>
Cover Design by {Name here}<br>
http://www.{web address}<br>

<mbp:pagebreak />
<br>
<br>
To my family and friends who ....
<hr/>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">{Title of Book Here}</font>
<hr width="10%" />
<font size="+1">by {Author Name Here}</font><br />
<hr />
<br />
</center>
<mbp:pagebreak />

<center><h2><a name="TOC"/></a>TABLE OF CONTENTS</h2></center>
<br>
<br>
<p>BOOK I: </p>
<a href="#Ch1">Chapter 1 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch2">Chapter 2 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch3">Chapter 3 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<br>
<p>BOOK II: </p>
<a href="#Ch1_1">Chapter 1 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch1_2">Chapter 2 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch1_3">Chapter 3 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<br />
<a href="#Glossary"><font size="+2">Glossary of Terms</font></a><br />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">BOOK I</font>
<hr />
</center>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<a name="start"/></a><h2 id="Ch1">Chapter 1 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>E</b></font>lephant went for a swim on a cool day. Begin novel story and stuff here.</p>
<p>Last Line of the chapter is here.</p>
<p> <br />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch2"> Chapter 2 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>T</b></font>he sun went up and then down again.</p>
<p>Last Line of chapter and 1st part of book here.</p>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">BOOK II:</font>
<hr />
</center>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch1_1">Chapter 1 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>S</b></font>arah found a wonderful shade next to the elephange</p>
<p>Last line of Chapter here.</p>
<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch1_2">Chapter 2 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>W</b></font>ater fell down from the elephant into her eyes</p>
<p>Last line of Chapter here and last line of the entire book. Hurray! You're finished! Good job!<br />
<br />
<br />
<p align="center"><strong><em>The End</em></strong></p>
<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Glossary">Glossary of Terms</h2>
<p><strong>Magic:</strong> Used throughout the entire Novel to make things sparkle and look pretty.<br />
Examples of certain techniques:
<ul>
<li>Song ability</li>
<li> Animal ability</li>
<li> Water ability</li>
</ul>
<p><strong>Poor:</strong> An individual in a state of despair and desperation.</p>
<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />
<h2 align="center">About the Author</h2>
<p> </p>
<p>Lori Jones is an instructor for elephant painting and dancing

<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<h1>Other Books</h1>
Elephant? Where are you?<br>
<br>
<strong><font size="3">(Coming Soon...)</font></strong><br>
Elephant - Together at Last<br>
Mice and Elephant<br>
<br>
<br>
<strong><font size="4">The Tusk Series</font></strong><br>
<br>
Tusk - White and Shiny!<br>
<br>
</center>

<a name="cover"/><img src="http://www.zhollis.com/images/TheMadewebsite.jpg" alt="TheMade" longdesc="TheMade.htm">

</body>
</html>

Table of Content in HTML
A bullet list in HTML
Dropped Case in HTML (The first letter of a chapter enlarged or larger)
A Glossary
A Prologue
Book I and Book II (Book II has the Chapter Numbers starting from 1 again)
About the Author
Stuff to put before the story begins (ISBN, Website, Dedication, etc)
Kindle Code (see bullet list above)
The Code below includes

<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=iso-8859-1" />
<title>{Enter your Title of Book here}</title>
</head>

<body>
<center><h2>{Enter Prologue Title Here}</h2></center>
<br>
<p>{Start the prologue text here}</p>
<p>{And keep on typing it all up}</p>
<hr />
<mbp:pagebreak />
<br />
<p>This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental.</p>
<br>
<br>
ISBN 10: {Enter Number}<br>
ISBN 13: {Enter Number}<br>
<br>
{Title of Book here}<br>
Copyright {Date} by {Author Name}<br>
All rights reserved.<br>
Published by {Name here}<br>
http://www.{web address}<br>
<br>
Cover Design by {Name here}<br>
http://www.{web address}<br>

<mbp:pagebreak />
<br>
<br>
To my family and friends who ....
<hr/>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">{Title of Book Here}</font>
<hr width="10%" />
<font size="+1">by {Author Name Here}</font><br />
<hr />
<br />
</center>
<mbp:pagebreak />

<center><h2><a name="TOC"/></a>TABLE OF CONTENTS</h2></center>
<br>
<br>
<p>BOOK I: </p>
<a href="#Ch1">Chapter 1 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch2">Chapter 2 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch3">Chapter 3 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<br>
<p>BOOK II: </p>
<a href="#Ch1_1">Chapter 1 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch1_2">Chapter 2 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<a href="#Ch1_3">Chapter 3 {Name of Chapter}</a><br />
<br />
<a href="#Glossary"><font size="+2">Glossary of Terms</font></a><br />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">BOOK I</font>
<hr />
</center>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<a name="start"/></a><h2 id="Ch1">Chapter 1 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>E</b></font>lephant went for a swim on a cool day. Begin novel story and stuff here.</p>
<p>Last Line of the chapter is here.</p>
<p> <br />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch2"> Chapter 2 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>T</b></font>he sun went up and then down again.</p>
<p>Last Line of chapter and 1st part of book here.</p>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<hr />
<font size="+4">BOOK II:</font>
<hr />
</center>

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch1_1">Chapter 1 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>S</b></font>arah found a wonderful shade next to the elephange</p>
<p>Last line of Chapter here.</p>
<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Ch1_2">Chapter 2 - {Name of Chapter here}</h2>
<br />
<p><font size="+4"><b>W</b></font>ater fell down from the elephant into her eyes</p>
<p>Last line of Chapter here and last line of the entire book. Hurray! You're finished! Good job!<br />
<br />
<br />
<p align="center"><strong><em>The End</em></strong></p>
<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<h2 id="Glossary">Glossary of Terms</h2>
<p><strong>Magic:</strong> Used throughout the entire Novel to make things sparkle and look pretty.<br />
Examples of certain techniques:
<ul>
<li>Song ability</li>
<li> Animal ability</li>
<li> Water ability</li>
</ul>
<p><strong>Poor:</strong> An individual in a state of despair and desperation.</p>
<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />
<h2 align="center">About the Author</h2>
<p> </p>
<p>Lori Jones is an instructor for elephant painting and dancing

<hr />

<mbp:pagebreak />

<center>
<h1>Other Books</h1>
Elephant? Where are you?<br>
<br>
<strong><font size="3">(Coming Soon...)</font></strong><br>
Elephant - Together at Last<br>
Mice and Elephant<br>
<br>
<br>
<strong><font size="4">The Tusk Series</font></strong><br>
<br>
Tusk - White and Shiny!<br>
<br>
</center>

<a name="cover"/><img src="http://www.zhollis.com/images/TheMadewebsite.jpg" alt="TheMade" longdesc="TheMade.htm">

</body>
</html>

Just zip it up with your image with your HTML file and there you go!
Note: the image html would look more like:

<a name="cover"/><img src="[imagenamehere].jpg" alt="[ImageNameHere]">

To see what the code looks like, just click <here>

I hope this helps you guys out there with formatting from MSWord to HTML a little easier.
 
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