By Catherine, Caffeinated:
What is the point of a blog? is a question I’m asked time and time again. Most of the time, these would be self-publishers are asking me where does a blog fit into the scheme of things? What’s its place in my overall plan? How do I know if it’s working, if I’m blogging well?
But sometimes, they’re asking something else, something a bit frightening. They’re asking what is the point of a blog? because they actually don’t see the point of having one.
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A while back I asked you if you thought that you read self-published books differently, and it occurred to me today that I never shared the results. So here they are:
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I read a novel that was published by a major UK publishing house over the summer, and in the middle of it, I came across a you’re that should’ve been ayour. I blinked, but that was about it. It certainly wasn’t the first time I’d come across a typo or a small mistake in a traditionally published book, but I can’t remember the titles of any of the other books I found them in, and I wouldn’t have thought any more about this one except for having to come up with a topic for today’s post. As an experiment, I read through the book’s not-so-positive reviews on Amazon.co.uk, but found no mention of this typo. Everyone else had apparently forgotten about it as well.
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