In which I say “Whoa”

I just got back the first set of pages from the typesetter. This means I now have to go through and try to catch all of my own errors that I’ve missed upon reading the fifty-eight million times before and any errors that might have been introduced in the typesetting process.


This was my first chance to see the layout and font choices. And I am dying. It’s so great. It looks like an old fashioned collection of ghost stories. It looks like a real book. I can’t get over how beautiful it is.

7 thoughts on “In which I say “Whoa”

  1. Oh, yes. A proofreader is a good idea, but nobody can catch everything. Even the big-time books have errors.

    So glad to hear you like what you see so far. Makes you feel good to the core, doesn’t it?

  2. You do have professional copy editors in your immediate circle, if you’d like another set of eyes! So excited for you!

  3. I’m looking forward to seeing it! Although I’m not a professional copy editor, I’d be willing to look over a story or two.

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