How to edit a print proof – Free checklist for download.

pexels-photoCongratulation! You’re nearly there. Your book has gone through multiple edits, numerous changes, and many an eye has been cast over the text. It’s been sent to the printers (be it through a self-publishing firm or a traditional publisher) and you’ve now been sent a document to review.

What’s a print-proof?

A print-proof shows you what your book is going to look like on the page – it will show you the exact size of the page in fact. This is your last chance to edit, alter and make any corrections before your book goes to print/upload.

Need more information?

You can download a free PDF print-proof editing information sheet and checklist here: editing-your-print-proof-checklist

You can access the PDF and a Word version (also free) which you can edit for yourself via the Resources for Writers Page.

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Self Publisher’s Checklist

woodtype-846088_1920Are you in the process of self-publishing a book? Do you need some advice on what to do and when?

You can download my free self-publishing checklist to help you with your planning. It’s a great place to start. self-publisher-checklist

You can find this and other handy resources and tools on the Resources page. I will be adding new items to this page on a regular basis.