The Near “Final” Proof Read and Edit – a great tip for writers

In my new book The Handbook of TOP TIPS to Manage Your Writing, out now on Kindle

http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-TIPS-Manage-Writing-ebook/dp/B00DMD95YY

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I explain the importance of that near final proof read. It is an essential tool for writers to check out all those little niggles and things in the back of your mind that have been written don in your dedicated writing notebook. It is time to go through your work, line by line, page by page and check off every single note and query that is in that book.

It can be a laborious process, but a vital one to make your book as good as you can possibly make it. Tic off every query entry in your notebook and by using your Chapter Summaries files it will be easier to go back and forth to search out the location of that particular query.

This near final proof read is a must for all writers to make your book or piece of work as good as you can before you start to hawk it about in search of that illusive book deal. Or, if you are a selfie, like me before you send it to your e publisher.
Keep writing, for you know you have to……

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About purpleandrew

Andrew, recently diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome is a 53 year old former geologist always had short hair, suited & booted for work. That all changed when the credit crunch hit. Now a complimentary therapist, hospital radio presenter, and writer. Andrew writes crime thrillers, Young Adult, and fantasy books as well as blogging about writing and other stuff that he feels strongly about.
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