Final editing: indie author style

SADIE FRANCIS SKYHEART

Someone recently asked me if there are major differences in the final editing process when you’re indie published versus traditionally published. The answer is YES.

There’s so much to do this time of year that it can be a challenge to stay focused on this final editing stage of my book, The Recollection of Trees. The weather this week is supposed to be unusually sunny, perfect for putting out all my Halloween decorations. (I know it’s early, but if I wait until the calendar reads October, it could be freezing, windy, rainy, or sweltering here in Michigan.) The kids and I will be joining their online classmates this week at the local cider mill, which is an annual tradition. It is simply not fall until you’ve carefully selected your perfect carving pumpkin out of a field, and filled your tummy with crisp apple cider and a fresh, warm cinnamon donut…

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