Echo Paperback Update

Just paged through the new proof.  It all looks good, but I did catch the phrase, “his neurophysio enhancements enhanced his ability to process the environment…”  Aaargh!  That’s why I get so deep into editing—I’m trying to prevent repetition like “enhancements enhanced…”  Anyways, I corrected that to “neurophysio augments enhanced his ability to…”  I’ve hopefully stamped out all of those, but I’ll always be paranoid.  I pushed publish so hopefully, the paperback will be approved and ready to order in the next couple days.  Then it’s on to straightening out Echo 3 and getting that in paperback as well!  If you’re a writer, I wish you inspired drafting and insightful editing!  🙂 🙂 😀


9 thoughts on “Echo Paperback Update

  1. Oh man! Don’t you hate when that happens? Don’t know how I miss stuff like this, but my eyes seemed to always skip right over it. Editing for these little quirks is so difficult. All the more reason to get as many eyes on the manuscript as possible before publishing, I guess, but to be fair, most casual readers probably wouldn’t notice this one sentence in the entire book. It only stands out if it is a consistent issue in the prose. You should be fine. 😉
    Book looks amazing, hope you will be selling signed copies, because I’m going to want one. 😁

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    • Haha, thank you Susan!! I’m still trying to figure out how to do signed copies; right now it seems like I’d have to buy the book myself, send thru UPS, then charge both the book cost and shipping cost, which would bring it up to close to $30 in most cases. I gotta look into seeing what the cheapest way to ship is.


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