I think that means I'm on the right track too. The same happened with Being Human and so far it only has one 2 star review. I panicked and stressed over it being ready to release. At one point, I had to stop reading it over so I wouldn't try to tweak it anymore. A writer can only edit so much before they start ruining the story as opposed to improving it.
And that's just not true. At least I don't think it is. If my writing has improved that means I'm not wasting time by having to tighten up dialogue or rewrite passive sentences. I don't have to zap as many adjectives or fluff words. I am aware of those things now so they don't show up in my writing as much. I'm not certain of the exact number, but I deleted a couple thousand fluff words from Being Human. Snapshots, I killed under five hundred. The same goes for other problems that need to be fixed in both stories.
My time isn't spent deleting small problems, but fixing bigger ones that make the story flow better and therefore making me spend less time editing. At least that's what I'm trying to tell myself. What do you think? Do you find yourself spending less time editing as your writing skill improves? Am I freaking out for no reason when I should be enjoying the ride? Does anyone have a towel?!?!?