So I'm proofing the paperback copies of the Shatterworld trilogy and finding things to correct that are really minor, finding sentences I would like to reword but firmly telling myself good enough is good enough. No matter how many times I read it I will find things to change. It's time to stop fidgeting with the text and Move On to the next thing.
And then I find a big mistake. So I'm thinking, change the
word doc, change to PDF and replace old PDF, reupload to Createspace,
oh, and contact the guy that made the mobis for me for Amazon ebook and
find out what he will charge to repair those, and then 'fix' the ebook
I had planned to leave the ebook copies alone because people
don't seem to mind the occasional typo, but, nope, I gotta fix them,
too. And then I'll move on to the next thing.
Yes, eventually I need to say "Who cares?" when a minor typo is found, as all books have them and I will be no sainted exception. But I'm not there yet.
Lesson to me: Proof the print version BEFORE I upload the e version. I catch mistakes on paper I simply cannot see on the screen.
So, time to fuss with stuff.
And then I'm MOVING ON.