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Proofreading Requires More Than Just SpellCheck

Proofreading Requires More Than Just SpellCheck

Posted by Ron CallariPosted on Fri, 29 Aug 2014in BookWorks

A lot of ink has been spilled over the need for proofreading, and whether or not indies versus traditionally published authors lack the discipline to proofread their own work. Whether it’s due to limited budgets, time allocations or lack of skills, critics are quick to categorize the self-publishing author as less than reputable when it comes to proofreading. Granted, there’s nothing more exasperating than paying for an eBook, only to find it plagued with grammatical and punctuation errors, misspellings, in addition to formatting issues. Typographically Speaking. . . As my colleague and fellow blogger, Victoria McNally pointed out in her...