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Friday, November 16, 2007

Book Progress and my Busy Day

After waiting and waiting, I got both my interior proof of the book back today and draft of my cover design. (I'm down to the final details in both cases.) It gets really stressful proofreading & making sure I communicate the changes that I need done in the proper format. I wonder who does all the proofreading (after editing and interior design) of all the books that are out. I can hardly picture that many authors taking the time to mull over details like I do.

I am also encouraged by my busy day. It is really slow getting other physicians to refer for breastfeeding consults. This week I had three new mother/baby pairs referred by local physicians. This is a BIG change. I've also had two new families come to me, referred by friends because they were discharged from the pediatricians practice for being "non-compliant." One was a family that refused to give the baby Zantac (see post below). The other was over vaccinations. I really like being able to offer other options.

So I am suppose to be proofreading and I'm blogging instead.....

1 comment:

Catalina said...

Haha! But, it's good to take a break for a while. I CAN'T believe they wouldn't take the people for being "non-compliant" ... Grrr! It's not THEIR baby! Isn't it the parents choice whether or not to take the doctors advice ... that's all it is too because he's not giving any real help to the mother! - I'm sorry .. I get so passionate!

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