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I can’t wait to get to know more about you and your published book(s), and I am excited to help you in any way I can! Feel free to start by checking out one of these blog posts about editing, and don’t forget to comment on the post or email me with any questions.
There are many words that author’s use repeatedly or unnecessarily, and here are 4 that you should consider eliminating from your writing. You can easily find every use of them in your book by using the search function on your writing software of choice.
Did you know that there are right and wrong ways to emphasis character dialogue? If it’s done right, it will add to the reader’s experience, but if it’s done wrong, it can turn away readers and editors alike. Find out if you’re doing any of these “don’t” and how to edit it.
Once you’ve finished editing your manuscript, the next question is naturally, “How do I find an editor?” And once you do find one, how do you know you two will work well together? In this article, I share where to look for an editor and what qualities to make sure an editor has before working with him or her.