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Reflections on the third edit...

Wrapping the third edit....

 

I'm just finishing my third edit of my latest manuscript, and I've got copies out with two beta-readers at the moment. Two other beta-readers have already returned comments, and I've made a few adjustments. One of the current beta readers made a quick passing comment; I'm hoping that both current beta-readers -- one of who will be philosophically opposed to my theme -- will be done soon, allowing me to consider their comments before I finalize the book.

 

With a lot of guidance from Ron and Jean-Paul, I am finally near a cover design that I can live with.

 

And all of this is making me think of my naive youth, when I believed that a writer did nothing but write. Ah, but writing is the easy part, isn't it?

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  • The easy and fun part. Editing is like pulling your own teeth by hand.  


  • Skoob_Ym wrote:

    Wrapping the third edit....

     

    I'm just finishing my third edit of my latest manuscript, and I've got copies out with two beta-readers at the moment. Two other beta-readers have already returned comments, and I've made a few adjustments. One of the current beta readers made a quick passing comment; I'm hoping that both current beta-readers -- one of who will be philosophically opposed to my theme -- will be done soon, allowing me to consider their comments before I finalize the book.

     

    With a lot of guidance from Ron and Jean-Paul, I am finally near a cover design that I can live with.

     

    And all of this is making me think of my naive youth, when I believed that a writer did nothing but write. Ah, but writing is the easy part, isn't it?


    Well, actually, writers do do nothing but write. Publishers publish. A writer who publishes has to be both.

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  • Point well taken.

     

    If any large commercial publishers are interested in a well-used soul, slightly scorched around the edges, a few burn marks here and there, otherwise in good condition... Smiley Very Happy

     

    Actually, it does give a sense of accomplishment to finish a story by hand, all the way through to the cover. I'm very proud of how the one would have turned out that I recently didn't publish; I can only hope that I'll be as proud of this one.

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