When should we get an editor? What should we do with our work before that? Linnea Gradin explains it all in her 6-step editing timeline!
Editor Kristin Noland gently explains what to expect from professional editing. Editors are people too, there’s no need to be nervous!
There are many ways to prepare when hiring a professional editor. Here are some ways to be totally prepared when you do.
We explain what entails working effectively with your book designer to create the best looking book for your special project.
Rewriting, or revision, is something every writer faces, it’s helpful to be aware of common mistakes so you can avoid them.
There is a huge debate among authors about which is better, plotter or pantser, but the best choice is what works best for you.
Authors can supplement their income while they’re writing with freelance work, including proofreading, editing, and blogging.
Book sales can be affected by many things, even with good marketing a book still needs a good cover and proper editing and formatting.