Proofreading an eBook will reveal spelling mistakes, bad sentences, and typos in your book.After taking several months to read, proofread, and proofread Honest Ways To Make Money Online, I decided that it was finally time to publish the eBook. As a new author who wanted to see results, I knew that by publishing more eBooks, I would get better results. As a result, I wanted to publish as many eBooks as I possibly could. I rushed through Keep The Ball Rolling, and it ended up being only 20 pages. That taught me to slow down my frequency so I could write longer, higher quality eBooks.
Looking back at Keep The Ball Rolling, I knew that I could do a better job at relaying the information to my readers and giving them the motivation they needed to finish their eBook ideas. I did proofread for bad sentences, typos, and spelling errors, but I did not proofread thinking that I could add more content and make the message clearer for my readers. That was the big mistake I made as a rookie writer. I also knew that instead of thinking about my mistakes and lamenting over them, I could make a change. It was at that moment when I decided I would proofread all of Keep The Ball Rolling and provide more content for my readers.
I decided that within a week, I would have Keep The Rolling updated on Kindle so that it would reflect the changes that I made. Within the first hour of typing, I got Keep The Ball Rolling from 8,000 words to over 10,000 words. All I did was proofread the book with the mindset that I could add extra content anywhere in the book. By adding extra content to Keep The Ball Rolling, I was able to provide more content for my readers. You can see the updated Keep The Ball Rolling here.
There are two lessons that you need to learn from my story. The first lesson is that proofreading an eBook is very important. However, when you proofread a book, don’t just check for spelling mistakes, typos, and bad sentences. Check for ways to add more content to your eBook. The second lesson is that not all mistakes are final. Publishing a ridiculously short book was a mistake. Now, Keep The Ball Rolling has a lot more content, and I am happier with where Keep The Ball Rolling is now than where it was when I published it.