The most bugging question for any writer is to enhance the quality of the book.
But how does one improve quality?
It's done by going through rigorous rounds of editing to improve the readability, clarity, and tone of the story.
In the first round of editing, I went with the chapter-by-chapter approach.
After completing one chapter, I spent time editing grammatical and logical errors.
I moved on to the next chapter once I felt satisfied.
I repeated this until I completed writing all the chapters that I had in mind for the release of book one.
Surely, that wasn't enough.
Before starting the second round of editing, I took a short break, which helped me to have a fresh pair of eyes.
This was necessary because I didn't want my brain to be confined while doing the work.
With that, I continued scanning all the chapters and corrected the errors and inconsistencies that I found along the way.
I repeated the same 'pause & play' strategy for the third and fourth rounds.
Isn't it over yet? You may ask.
Before proceeding ahead, I wanted to be doubly sure about the work I have done.
So I took one of my friend's help in proofreading the script.
Proofreading is the final check one performs to review and possibly correct errors if any.
Yeah. This isn't over yet.
You know, I wanted to triply sure.
For this, I have asked some of my friends—who are book lovers like you—to read before publishing.
It isn't a surprise anymore, I guess.
Most of the feedback I got was positive.
Yes, I have passed the litmus test. Hooray!
After a whole month of going through the same routine, I finally reached the summit in writing.
What's left now? You may ask.
It's the transition from a writer to an author.
To know about this, check out the finale of 'How I?'
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