I recently corresponded with a newer author who was looking to self-publish her book-length memoir. The reason? She believed it would be faster and easier to get her book into the world if she went the self-publishing route. She informed me that she herself had worked as an editor, albeit some time ago, and soContinue reading “Is self-publishing faster and easier than traditional publishing?”
I often receive queries from newer writers who are unsure of how to go about the writing process, or of how editing works. At what stage in the writing process should a writer seek out an editor? What does the editor actually do? What kind of editing do they need and what does that mean?Continue reading “The writing and editing process for self-publishers”
I was recently interviewed by the talented author and poet Leslie Tate about my work as a developmental editor. You can read the interview here: https://leslietate.com/2018/10/5984/ Are you ready to start discussing your project’s editing requirements? If so, please email me at: email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you!
Over on my reading and writing blog, I’m featuring a guest post by self-published mystery author Virginia King on how she chose the title and cover for her latest short story collection, Leaving Birds. I found it helpful and interesting to hear about how she approached the process. I hope you do too. https://kendraolson.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/the-battle-of-the-birds-guest-post-and-cover-reveal-by-virginia-king/ Authors,Continue reading “One author’s experience of choosing a title and cover for their self-published short story collection”