If you publish a book, chances are you will encounter a variety of reasons to consider making changes:
- The blurb is quite challenging to write, so we often wonder if we should try to improve it.
- It’s nearly impossible to edit a hundred thousand words and catch every single typo. Even if you edit extremely well, you usually encounter a couple of stragglers somewhere down the line.
- As we’re human, occasionally we make a big oopsie. If so, you want to fix that as quickly as possible.
- Nonfiction material can quickly become outdated. Revisions can help keep it up-to-date.
- Reviews sometimes provide suggestions that have merit. You’re thinking about applying this helpful feedback.
- An idea may occur to you, which you hadn’t thought of before. You’re wondering if it would make your book better.
Depending on the occasion, it might be best to make the change right away or it…
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