My book, ‘In Harmony’, is making good progress. I am now at the stage of proofreading and marking up corrections on the typeset manuscript. An author friend of mine is helping me by supplying, not only a second pair of eyes, but also her expertise and experience as a proofreader. She has picked up many points that I would have overlooked, mostly commas or full-stops (periods) that are surplus to requirements … or missing. She has also picked up on some transposed or duplicated words, plus the occasional omitted word.
I had to transfer all these corrections onto the manuscript, using the ‘Proof Correction Marks’ on the sheet supplied to me by my publishers. I have just put the manuscript with the corrections into the post to the publisher.
Hopefully, after one more final proof, it will be ready for me to sign off as ready to print.