How to Find the Right Copyeditor for Your Nonfiction Book
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by Catherine
3w ago
If you’re wrapping up the writing portion of publishing your book, you’re probably wondering how to find the right copyeditor for your nonfiction book. Selecting the right copyeditor for your nonfiction book is a crucial step in the publishing process because you want to work with someone who has the appropriate skills, experience, personality, and […] The post How to Find the Right Copyeditor for Your Nonfiction Book appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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How to Write a Nonfiction Book Blurb
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by Catherine
1M ago
You’ve written your book, but don’t stop just yet. You still need to write a nonfiction book blurb that will encourage potential readers to part with their hard-earned cash! Arguably some of the most important words you will write, your book blurb is one of the three main elements potential readers look at when deciding […] The post How to Write a Nonfiction Book Blurb appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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Tips for Working with a Copyeditor: Navigating the Editing Process
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by Catherine
1M ago
The thought of working with a copyeditor can be overwhelming if you’ve never done it before. Sending your manuscript to a copyeditor is exciting because you’re moving on to the next stage of the process and getting one step closer to publishing your book. It’s also nerve-wracking because you may be spending a lot of […] The post Tips for Working with a Copyeditor: Navigating the Editing Process appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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Business Tools for Editors and Proofreaders
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by Catherine
2M ago
When you first start your proofreading or editing business, it can be difficult to know which business tools you’ll need to help you run your business smoothly. There are lots of different payment service providers, website hosts, accounting software, etc. you can use, and trying to research them all can make your head spin! In […] The post Business Tools for Editors and Proofreaders appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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Self-Publishing Glossary
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by Catherine
2M ago
Self-publishing a book can be a confusing process. There are likely dozens of terms you’ve never heard before! When you publish the traditional way through a publishing house, they look after a lot of the steps of publishing a book for you, but when you’re self-publishing, you are responsible for coordinating every single step. It’s … Self-Publishing Glossary Read More » The post Self-Publishing Glossary first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post Self-Publishing Glossary appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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Useful Blogs for Editors to Follow
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by Catherine
2M ago
One thing about being an editor is how important it is to stay up to date with what’s going on in the industry, as well as how language changes over time. Although I always recommend that aspiring editors and proofreaders complete training courses before they start looking for clients (and continue to hone their skills … Useful Blogs for Editors to Follow Read More » The post Useful Blogs for Editors to Follow first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post Useful Blogs for Editors to Follow appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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How Editors Can Save Time with TextExpander
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by Catherine
8M ago
If you find yourself spending too much time on admin, writing the same emails over and over again, I have the perfect software tool for you: TextExpander.  I heard of TextExpander several years before I started using it, and as soon as I started using it, I was kicking myself for not using it sooner. … How Editors Can Save Time with TextExpander Read More » The post How Editors Can Save Time with TextExpander first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post How Editors Can Save Time with TextExpander appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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How to Make a Last Name Plural on a Holiday Card
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by Catherine
9M ago
It’s getting to that time of year again! You’ve taken a festive photograph of your family all together, you’re just about to order your holiday cards, and you panic because that apostrophe in your family’s name doesn’t look quite right. You’re right to pause. Adding an apostrophe where there shouldn’t be one is a very … How to Make a Last Name Plural on a Holiday Card Read More » The post How to Make a Last Name Plural on a Holiday Card first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post How to Make a Last Name Plural on a Holiday Card appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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What Are the Parts of a Book?
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by Catherine
9M ago
We’ve all read books–probably hundreds or maybe even thousands of them over our lifetime if we’re avid readers. But unless you’re a seasoned author, have you ever really thought about what makes up a book? What is the anatomy of a book? In this blog post, I’ll cover what the different parts of a book … What Are the Parts of a Book? Read More » The post What Are the Parts of a Book? first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post What Are the Parts of a Book? appeared first on Turner Proofreading ..read more
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How to Write an Interesting Conclusion for Your Nonfiction Book
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by Catherine
9M ago
Ah, the conclusion. Arguably one of the most difficult parts of a book to write! You’ve done all the hard work of organizing your thoughts into a cohesive and persuasive book that will keep your readers engaged throughout. You don’t want to fall at the final hurdle and write a lackluster conclusion. In this blog … How to Write an Interesting Conclusion for Your Nonfiction Book Read More » The post How to Write an Interesting Conclusion for Your Nonfiction Book first appeared on Turner Proofreading. The post How to Write an Interesting Conclusion for Your Nonfiction Book appeared first on Turne ..read more
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