Last night I pushed myself to finish going through reading Lost and Not Found for the Nth time, making little notes about changes that needed to be made. To give myself a clear mind, I hadn’t looked at it in a couple of months, and that seems to have worked. I fixed the couple of minor continuity problems that I noticed (not more than removing a couple of paragraphs or changing a few words here and there), and made a lot of little changes that will make reading it a lot more smooth and natural.
Now all I have to do is go through the entire thing and put it into the computer. I was working with a paper version, see. So once I have all the changes input into the computer, I can upload it to CafePress and you can order the “final” edition of the book. As soon as I re-modify the cover design to reflect that it is a final version.
And then I just have to put together a “Store” page where you can order the PDF version via BitPass or link to the CafePress store to get the paperback version, so it’s there and easy to access for everyone forever. And easy to link to. Yep.
Anyone have suggestions as to the way I should format the PDF version? Do you want to be able to print it out on standard 8’x11′ paper and read it? DO you only plan on reading it on your computer? Should I offer two versions? What do you think?
Anyway, I’m off to not work on anything at all soon. TTYL.