I get asked about editing all the time, about what…you know, “What should I do?” You know, and editing is, “Well, how much will it cost me?” You know, it’s a little bit like, “Well, how much is a, you know, car?” You know, it’s hard to put a price on it and the type of editing, it’s like, you know, an editor, you talk to an editor and they will tell you that, you know, a…you know, you’ll never have a successful book unless it’s properly edited. Well, you know, I kind of take an exception to that, you know, that…you know, there’s different levels, OK, depending upon your market and depending upon, you know, how far, you know, you can…want to go with it. I mean generally, what I like to tell people do is start off with something we call like an editorial analysis and it’s pretty good. I mean an editor will actually read the first couple of chapters. They look at the book. They kind of, you know, give it a grade based upon the writing style and the writing quality and then they’ll do a sample edit of a, you know, chapter (1:00) to let you know what they would do to make the book perfect, right? To make it, you know, commercially acceptable. That’s…it’s fairly inexpensive. It’s like, I don’t know, a couple of $300.00. I would do that. Now, whether you take the advice or not, that’s where, you know…I don’t know. I mean it’s 100% up to you. You can…if you don’t…as long as you’re not printing 10,000 books, you can come back and revise and revise, revise with each printing. If you do 100, you don’t need a $10,000, $5,000 edit, you know. You get the 100 to get out there, you know, to see whether the book’s even got any kind of legs at all. So it’s, you know…think about it. Think about it hard. I argue about this all the time with editors. I mean I’m…you know, the one that’s speaking to you here right now got to see in English, you know. So that’s…you know, maybe I’m not the best one to be advising you. I just know you spend all your money at the beginning of the race, you know. I did run track. (2:00) You got to have the energy at the end to be able to cross the finish line, OK? You can’t be out of time, out of money, out of patience and only be at the print stage. You got to be able to sell those books. You got to save, you know, yourself for that.