Tag Archives: developmental editing

Checklist before you publish your book

You’ve just finished your book and you’re ready to self-publish. You don’t have a lot of money, so hopefully you can do most things yourself. If you had a dream checklist that would help you feel more confident, what would … Continue reading

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How to do a developmental edit yourself — a self-editing guide for writers

Friday is here again, which means another blog post from me! Today I’m following up on last week’s post on the importance of developmental editing, by popular request, with a how-to for writers who want to try and do it … Continue reading

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Developmental editing — how you can’t live without it, and how to make it affordable

Happy Friday! As senior editor for Story Perfect Editing Services, I’m heavily involved in helping Indie authors with editorial needs. Outside my private work, I’ve been supporting the Inkshares Quill author community, since these authors have funded for publication, but … Continue reading

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