When you are done, you’re done, right? When I post something on my blog, once I click publish, it is a done deal. If I go back and find 10,000 typos? Oh well, too bad. OK, I do sometimes go back and correct things, but usually not after the first day or two.
I spent a good chunk of time the last few weeks before I published The Fireborn reading over it to catch errors and typos. I also had two people go over it for me. Between the two of them, they caught a dozen or so things that I had missed and had a handful of subjective ideas. So when I clicked Publish, it was a done deal. I had done my work.
A couple of months later I heard some complaints that there were a lot of typos. I knew I would have to go back and fix them, but I didn’t want to. When you are done, you’re done! Last week I finally broke down and faced the inevitable. I had to fix it. Continue reading