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  1. daleamidei
    April 8, 2016 @ 8:41 am

    No one ever sees the other ninety thousand perfect words. That being said, there’s no reason to shirk making a title better after release. I take the view more people will read it in the future than have in the past. These works will outlast us, after all.

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    • Kristy K. James
      April 14, 2016 @ 11:46 pm

      Ohh. I’m way behind. Have I ever mentioned that I hate tax return time? Or that I might not hate it quite so much if I were a little more organized and didn’t hate math? Therefore, I avoid the desk and computer, procrastinating until the last minute. 😀

      Anyway, you are right – about all of it. I sure hope more people will read my books in the future than have done so already. 😀

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  2. Ruth Ann Nordin
    April 11, 2016 @ 10:53 pm

    Awesome post! You’re right about the learning curve. It is so steep. People have no idea how much goes into writing and producing a good quality book.

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    • Kristy K. James
      April 14, 2016 @ 11:58 pm

      Thanks, Ruth! I’ve gone back and fixed a lot of typos from the early books (and added or removed missing and extra words), but I still consider going back through them all again. The problem is, I wouldn’t be changing anything major – just tweaks to this sentence or that one. And it might make them better – or it might just be time and energy I could have spent on something new. So it’s hard to know what to do sometimes, but the consensus seems to be to concentrate on the future. I know there’s one I will work on though. Since it takes place in the same town as my Coach’s Boys series, I’d love to do some rewriting so I can add old friends to it. 😀

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