Book One has been updated three times since I pressed that first publish button. I found another half dozen irritants during the last few chapters – a line break in the middle of a sentence, a missing quotation mark, a wrongly-tensed verb, etc. How could I not see them before!
On a good note, I found some clear directions online on how to fix my first line indents in Scrivener – so now all fifteen chapters begin where they should. I also upped the size of the first letter and made it bold. Looks great. I changed each of the other scenes to the new ‘no-indent’ start, too, and added an extra blank line at the beginning and end so the sub-title spacing (character names) looks better.
And on an excellent note, I found myself almost breathless while reading the ending chapters. I am still satisfied with my ending. Gosh, I was hating the thing when I started this last proof.
In the end, Taniel: A Corrangorachian Fantasy comes in at just over 81k words.
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