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Point. A measure in typesetting equal to 1/72 of an inch (also a form of ballet, but that’s not the point here). Point of view

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Point. A measure in typesetting equal to 1/72 of an inch (also a form of ballet, but that’s not the point here).
Point of view. The perspective from which a story is told, expressed as through whose eyes the reader perceives the events.
POD. See ‘print on demand’.
POV. See ‘point of view’.
Premise. The idea on which the story is based.
Print On Demand. A process of remotely printing books as they are ordered.
Print run.  The number of books or magazines printed at one time.
Writing has its own vocabulary.
Proofreading. Checking for technical errors in the text. When we proofread, we look for spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar and related items, not for style or structure.
Proposal. Summary of a book and the business case for publishing it, usually written before a manuscript is drafted.
Protagonist. The main character of the story, with whom the reader identifies, like Harry Potter or Frodo Baggins.
Pseudonym. A pen name that an author adopts so as not to reveal one’s real name.
Public domain. Any work not protected by copyright.
Query letter. A letter sent by the author to literary agents or publishers to seek representation or publishing.
Readability. A measure of how easy or hard a text is to read, usually based on two or three calculations.
Rejection slip. A letter sent by a publisher to an author to reject the submitted manuscript.
Reprints. Material published after having already been published elsewhere.
Rights. Ownership of a work and how it may be used.
Royalties. A percentage of revenues paid by the publisher to the author.
Run-on sentence.  A sentence that is far too long and should be broken into two or more sentences, often because the writer is not skilled enough to shorten the text or to divide it, but also sometimes just because the writer likes the sound of one’s own typing, but in other cases (such as this one) just to prove a point, or because the song the writer is listening to while writing hasn’t ended yet (my favorite reason).
SASE. Stands for “self-addressed stamped envelope”, which publishers and agents often demand that you include when you submit them a manuscript (assuming you want the manuscript returned).

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