I’m in a good place for finishing writing projects right now. I made the final, final edits to Accompaniment yesterday – my proof copy arrived last week, I did some reading through it, and finished the last few edits I found as a result of that. That completes the paperback, so now I need to do the Kindle formatting, and set-up the hardback. It puts everything still on track for the September 4th publishing date!
My next project is final edits to Guardian III, which should be much smaller than the ones I did for Accompaniment, so should be finished very soon. Nice to be ahead of things on that.
Meanwhile, the Guardian prequel is out with beta-readers. A couple have already sent feedback, so I’ll probably start implementing revisions for that shortly too, to hopefully put that out some time in August…a possibly ambitious timeline, but we’ll see!
That’s my main writing focus right now – lots of soon-to-be-done revisions. I also put up a new video about Accompaniment‘s proof copy, if you’d like to check it out!
One thought on “Writing Wednesday: Finalizing”
You have a lot going on! Enjoyed the video. I have a question: If you want to make changes on the author’s proof, how do you let the people who publish the final version know about them? Is that done somehow online? I’m confused since you do receive a real book to hold in your hand.