I finished my novel, Caretakers of Eterinity a while back, but no matter how much I've edited it, or my wife has edited it, there are still stupid little mistakes to be found every now and then. I've come to realize I need a line edit--but for this novel, I'm not willing to pay for it. So, what to do? My thinking is that I will print it out and read it sentence for sentence starting from the end of the novel and working toward the beginning. I will not allow myself stylistic changes, or revision of any kind--the novel is what it is; this is going to be a line edit only. I'm simply looking for grammar, usage, and punctuation issues or some kind of logical contradiction in the story (e.g., I said it was 2006 and somewhere else said it was 2007), should I spot it. This is my plan. Is it the way to do it? Any recommendations?