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9. Fine-tuning

Updated: Apr 14

The target is still not quite reached when the book is written. Anyone who believes that the text can be directly printed, has never been annoyed about mistakes in a book like spelling, logic leaps, stylistic or content errors. After writing a book it needs a final spurt, which should not be underestimated. And this is almost as important as the writing itself. It is important to make the book look nice and above all error-free. This is best doen with a professional editor and proofreader.

Remember, your book competes with a huge number of regular new releases. Readers are critical and want an exciting and error-free text. In addition, you save yourself the time-consuming early reprint of your book.