[bksvol-discuss] Re: Question on validating editing?

HI Lissi and group:)

What you are describing is exactly what this book has without the
references. They most likely are at the end of the book though. The book is
the little ice age and is quite interesting. It give a real perspective of
weather and how it influenced Europe and the America's from 800CE through
the present. It's is amazing how much the weather and natural disasters
effect us and how we can adapted. 


Katie Hill 
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Question on validating editing?

Dear Sarah,

I'm glad to have dropped by the list in time to see your instructions for 
validating a book with footnotes. The book I'm three fourths finished with 
has between 30 and 55 footnotes per chapter and the chapters average about 
ten pages each.

I noticed the footnote numbers are immediately after the period in the 
sentences. I thought that since there were no spaces in the print book 
between the period and  number that I should leave them as is. If you think 
it improves the book to insert a space after the period, I'll be more than 
happy  to do so.

Oh, and I'm not sure if those numbers are officially footnotes in the case 
of my book. They refer to several pages after the end of the text which list

them by chapter, as the numbering starts at one at the beginning of each 
chapter. After the number the author and page number of the source material 
on which the fact was based is written.

Given  this information, do you still suggest that I insert the spaces after

the periods? I'll be glad to do it as I am lucky enough to be able to work 
on a quality line rather than a time line!

Always with love and appreciation,

Lissi
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From: "Sarah Van Oosterwijck" <curiousentity@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 6:18 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Question on validating editing?


> Sorry, I'm a bit confused by your message, but I don't think you should be

> removing the copyright info for the individual stories.  May I ask why you

> decided to do that?  If you were asking about the numbers that seem to be 
> for footnotes? I would leave them in, but make sure the numbers have a 
> space between them and surrounding words.  I would also make sure there is

> a blank line between the story text and any footnotes.
>
> Sarah Van Oosterwijck
> Assistive Technology Trainer
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> Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 11:54 PM
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Question on validating editing?
>
>
>> Katie:
>>
>> I am probably behind on this one I am sure since I am just home. However,

>> I had this problem.  It is a number to identify a footnete.
>>
>> Now I have one, and I hope the answer does not mess me up.  I am 
>> validating a book with stories in it.  Everytime I get to a new stoffy 
>> there is a description of the author and then the story begins.  It too 
>> has 1 right up next to the title of the story and then after the 
>> description of the author on the following page is I believe what is 
>> referred to.  There is a copyright date for the story and after that is 
>> the regular header for the page.  I have been taking out the number and 
>> also the copyright info on the stories (not the book).  Am I doing this 
>> wrong? Sure hope not as I am getting toward the end.  Will go back and 
>> fix if necessary, but hose I don't have to.
>>
>> Reggie
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