the Glamorous Life of me

Here’s the latest in the glamorous life of a soon-to-be published author. This just oozes glamor. By the way, as you can see here, page proofs have been edited and I have made final corrections. All that’s left is to do for me is provide a groovy author photo and work on a map to make it more legible. Then I wait for the cover and the book and the marketing plan, etc.

Page 10: New map to come.
Page 20, Graph 4, second line: Change “Keith Egloff said” to “said Keith Egloff, Brian’s brother who lives in Virginia” [this is first reference for Keith in the book]
Page 20, Graph 7, third line: Change “in the 1890s” to “in the 1890s and early 1900s”
Page 21, Art Schumacher caption: Add “Buddy’s father,” before “Art”
Page 22, Graph 6, first line: Delete “, Brian’s brother who lives in Virginia,”
Page 25, Graph 3, seventh line: Change “prisons” to “prison”
Page 34, Graph 4, first line: Change “may have still have been” to “may have still been”
Page 45, Graph 2, last line: Change “story” to “saga” [I don’t want people thinking it was late in this particular article (story), but rather that it was late in Buddy’s saga]
Page 48, Graph 2, second line: Change “St. Paul” to “Milwaukee”
Page 48, Graph 2, fifth line: Change “came” to “was addressed”
Page 49, Graph 2, seventh line: Change “photo of the Buddy” to “photo of Buddy.”
Page 53, Graph 6, second line: Change “boys’” to “boy’s” [the indication in the story that the clothing was from one boy, not multiple boys]
Page 53, Graph 6, sixth line: Change “boys’” to “boy’s” [the indication in the story that the clothing was from one boy, not multiple boys]
Page 57, Graph 2, second line: Add a semicolon after “Not Knowing”
Page 61, Graph 2, fourth line: italicize “and Milwaukee Telegram” [the Sunday Sentinel and the Telegram combined into one paper for a time on Sundays]
Page 69, Graph 5, third line: Change “likely that that” to “likely that”
Page 76, Graph 2, eighth line: Change “McCrery” to “McCrory”
Page 76, Graph 2, 12th line: Change “and” to “who”
Page 76, Last Graph, first line: Change “Sentinel” to “Journal”
Page 77, Graph 3, last line: Add “found in Buddy’s throat” after “handkerchief”
Page 77, caption: Change “Slain Boy’s Friends Accuse” to “Nab Tramp In Boy Slaying”
Page 88, second-to-last graph, second line: Change “stories” to “story”
Page 91, Graph 2, first line: Change “at” to “in”
Page 111, second-to-last graph, second line: Change “Kreske” to “Krenske”
Page 112, first graph, second line: Change “deviant” to “violent”
Page 112, Graph 4, eighth line: Change “attaches” to “attachés”
Page 122, Graph 6, fifth line: Remove “and” from between “1919” and “investigated”
Page 125, caption: Change “was built” to “opened”
Page 125, Graph 2, second line: Add “, the oldest of the boys said to have gone on that fright train with Buddy,” after “Wolf”
Page 125, Graph 3, first line: Remove “, the oldest of the boys said to have gone on that fright train with Buddy,” after “Gordon Wolf”
Page 126, second-to-lat graph, second line: Change “Eric Groessel” to “Erik Groessl”
About the Author, last line: Change “paulhoffmanauthor.com” to “PaulHoffmanAuthor.com” [New pic to come.]

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