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Books comprise the final part in our editing series. Improving your writing and editing skills by studying can help significantly with ..read more
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Free editing resources are absolutely out there. You just have to find them. And it won’t be easy. They aren’t a catch-all either. ..read more
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Editing costs vary. If you’ve already started looking at them, you know it can get wicked expensive very quickly. In this post, we’ll ..read more
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Part seven in our series will discuss different ways to find an editor. Some of the most reliable ways are through associations and ..read more
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What Is Proofreading? Proofreading is practically your last step before publication. This step checks for any mechanical errors that may ..read more
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Copyediting is next in our series! This type of editing is the most common among independent authors and is the type most people think ..read more
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Line editing is the second round of editing you might consider having done on your manuscript. Where developmental editing was my favorite ..read more
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Now we’re getting to the good stuff. This post will be the first of the main four types of editing. Developmental editing is my favorite ..read more
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I want to start this series with self-editing because this is really the first step in the editing process. There is no right or wrong way ..read more
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