From: Gary Petraccaro <garyp130@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 10:45 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: reasons for rejecting a book?
Sounds like a header.----- Original Message -----From: DornettaSent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 11:51 PMSubject: [bksvol-discuss] reasons for rejecting a book?Hey Guys,Can someone tell me what are the legitimate reasons for rejecting a book? I have the book that I have been proofreading for some time and I am starting to see that some of the sentences are not continuous. Here is an example:"...streamers through the low, heady atmosphere. These sounds, of life inits infancy, were there as John Verlaine was woken by the incessantshrilling of the phone; and such a call at that time in the morningmeant, more often than not, that someone somewhere was dead. [**here is where one of the sentences is not making sense]New Orleans Police Department for eleven years, somewhere inamongst that three and a half years in Vice, the last two years in Homicide;single, mentally sound but emotionally unstable; most often tired,less often smiling."***The book is not "flowing" so what should I do? This is early in the book and I am just starting to figure out why it has been taking me a while to finish. I just thought that this was just a book that didn't peek my interest but I see now that is not the case.Please advise. ThanksNetta"Just because you do not have sight does not mean you lack vision."-Stevie Wonder