Monthly Archives: November 2016

Continuous Improvement

I feel that it is important to always be open to improvement. The desire to improve can come from simple or elaborate reasons. Who doesn’t want their works to be well known and well received? Do you have a big plans for something you are spending countless hours on? Do you simply want your work to be the best it can be? Take those reasons and keep them at the … Continue reading

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Refining my self publishing process.

This all came about when I decided to try voicing my first Creator Sky book to make an audio book. By the time that I got to chapter 4, I was seeing various issues with the text flow when read out loud. Because I want the text to be the best that it can be, I decided to revise it. It might have introduced new typos, but I felt it … Continue reading

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More talk about Google Docs (Drive)

Let me count the ways I find Google Docs (Drive) useful: 1. A centralized location for my texts as I work on them. 2. Easy to access from many types of devices. 3. As long as you keep it up to date, it’s your go-to source. 4. Seems pretty good at spell check and grammar. 5. Basically an off-site backup to any copies of the text you have locally (backup … Continue reading

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Website CSS style adjustments

I’ve further adjusted this site’s Style Sheet code so that posts and pages have separate formatting. My posts didn’t work well with indented paragraphs, but I wasn’t separating the CSS code between the two. I was able to create a “class” for the pages so that I could keep indenting (text-indent: 3em) on those, but have normal spacing on these posts. It looks a lot better. I’ll have to think … Continue reading

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