Copyediting, commonly called line editing, is a light form of editing that applies a professional polish to a book. Read on for more details by editor, Dominique Lambright.
Hook your readers with great beginnings and endings. If readers don’t like your opening scene, they won’t read the rest of the book. But if your last scene doesn’t provide a pay-off, you’ve failed them—and they won’t read your next book.
You want to be a better novelist but it can be hard to answer the question: what kind of feedback would you like? Discover the types of editing you can expect as you work to improve your drafts from novelist Willow Woodford.