I am still gearing up for the release of The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet. Part of that includes finishing the “listening” edit to catch any typos that may have slipped through. It works wonders, you guys. If you’re looking for another way to proof your work, I highly recommend obtaining some sort of text-to-speech program.
Actually, I have two: a software program on my computer and the text-to-speech function on my Kindle. This last is nice, since I can send my manuscripts to my Kindle, then take a pair of ear buds and listen just about anywhere I want to.
I also did a bit of editing work on some short stories and started a read through of a novel draft I wrote last year.
But most importantly, this week, I watched as my son walked across the stage and received his high school diploma.
- The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet ~ proofing. layout, etc.
- Short story edits
- Reading first draft of Pansy
- Like Bread Loves Salt