When asked for my advice on writing and publishing a book (you did ask, didn’t you?), THIS is what I always say! Author D.L. Finn says it better and even shares how to find a good editor. Don’t miss this!
Hi SEers! Denise here to talk about the last step before releasing a book—editing.
Authors put a lot of time, work, and love into their words. They go over their manuscripts several times, have beta readers, and critique groups to offer suggestions. Then, there’s another read-through catching those tiny mistakes. Is it ready to release? No!
Of all the steps to complete a book, editing is one you do not want to skip. This is where a final set of eyes makes sure it’s ready to be published. Use the wrong name, need a comma, or a sentence doesn’t make sense? Editors fix that. Use the word was instead of were, or misspelled or misused a word? They catch it! If published with these mistakes, it can pull a reader out of a story.
I’ve read books that were “edited” by the author, a family member, or a bad editor…
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