Okay, I'm going to make this short. I'm in the middle of final round proofs, and I have to say I feel a bit squirrelly right now!
I don't know if I mentioned it, but the release date for Yesterday's Tomorrow is March 15th!
One day I will stop talking about my book, I promise!
Do you know that no matter how many times you read through something, you will never pick up on all the mistakes you should. Isn't that awful?
That's why I'm so thankful to have a really good editor.
Here are some things I am learning.
1. I still love my book.
2. I really love the word inch/inched
3. I really love the word 'swallow'
4. Search, find and destroy, are my friends.
AND I will have the trailer posted SOON. I just got a first glimpse today,
and I'm SO EXCITED!
I have to admit, as an unpublished author I never anticipated just how much work there was to do in getting a book into print. I'm pretty sure I never want to be an editor.
So how do you proof-read your work? Do you think you ever reach 'perfection'?