THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T DO:
1. Believe your proof reader has spotted all type-os - turns out they won't have. Now, if someone asked me to say, sell them a stamp and I sold them half a stamp but charged them for a whole one - I think they'd be justifiably peeved. So, yeah, I'm justifiably peeved about this. However, it seems to be how it goes - so if you want a better chance of getting your manuscript checked properly, get it proofread at least twice.
THINGS YOU SHOULD DO:
1. Save lots of money to pay to proofreaders.
For more wise words - go to another blog :) For great tips on creative writing go to Inside Creative Writings web page and listen to his podcasts (note: try to ignore the seriously cheesy jingle).
Oh, and I finished a short ghost story today called: Medium Rare.
My books can be found at this link :)