[bksvol-discuss] Yaye! And some questions, please.
- From: Mayrie ReNae <mrenae@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 16:38:19 -0700
Hi there everyone,
Mayrie said that probably it would be all right if I wrote to this list
just this once. I'm Gwen, the twelve-year-old whose books Mayrie has been
submitting. She just got a note telling of our first accepted
book. Yaye!!! I'm soooooo excited! I do most of the work on my books, so
I am awesomely excited!!!! This is sooooo neeeeeeat!! I really have
learned a lot doing this. --But so much more to know.
Now, my questions. Mayrie has told me what she is learning about getting
books validated, but, and I'm sorry if we aren't looking in the right
places, but I can't seem to find out how to make my books as perfect as I
can. Could someone tell me please, what all I need to do to make them the
best, easiest to evaluate, that I can. I just learned about setting my
scanner for two pages. After I scan, here's what I do. I look at the
first few pages, you know, the ones with all of the copyright info on them
to make sure that they're legible. Then I put the thing through the spell
checker, which I just recently learned how to do, (fun!!) I fix what I can,
then I have been having Mayrie submit them. She told me that a lot of
books are in RTF format. Should I change my KES files into that before I
submit, or no? And what else? Sorry if this is TMI too much
information. I am just sooooo thrilled. Thank you all for being so nice
and helpful. I have been typing so fast, I mean quickly, that I'll
probably have to learn how to use the spell checker, which I think should
be a spelling checker, but anyway, on the e-mail program too. Okay, I'll
stop. Thanks to everyone for being so nice and helpful.
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