Self-Editing: The Other Side of Writing

Originally published on May 19, 2014 @ 2:23 pmSelf-editing is a process of reviewing and correcting your own writing. And it's an essential piece of your workflow if you want to get paid to write, write your nonfiction book, or make money as a freelance writer. Why,...
Why is Book Editing so Darn Expensive?

Why is Book Editing so Darn Expensive?

It always surprises me how misunderstood the editing industry is by authors and writers. These are people I would presume would understand what goes into book editing, which means they should have a deeper understanding of why editing can feel expensive. Yet enough...
5 Things to Keep in Mind when Revising

5 Things to Keep in Mind when Revising

Congratulations on getting your first draft finished! For many people, that is a once in a lifetime accomplishment. For others, this is where they get stuck. What comes next? Editors? Proofreaders? Betareaders? First comes the break: put your draft away for a couple...
How to Prepare your Novel for an Editor

How to Prepare your Novel for an Editor

How do you prepare your novel for an editor? You've written your novel, or at least the majority of it, and now you're thinking about finding an editor to help make it the best it can be. Where do you start? Do you just hop online, do a search and send your baby...

10 Reasons to check out Autocrit for self-editing

Autocrit is an online based editing tool. The keyword there is editing. And autocrit for self-editing is nothing less than brilliant. It is not a word processor. It is not there to help you write or create. It's not a name generator. It doesn't have tips and tricks to...

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