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6 Types of Editing
Which One Do You Need Right Now?
10 Self-Editing Tips
By Ellen Buikema — Writers In The Storm
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Become a Freelance Book Editor
Editorial Arts Academy
Available Author Services:
- Paperback and ebook publishing
- Document design and formatting
- Editing and proofing
- Ebook conversion
- Distribution assistance
Book Cover Designer
Nancy Batra Design Studio
I provide custom book cover designs as well as marketing material for indie authors and self publishers.
Both Barrels Author Services
- Cover Design
Whether you need a full novel edit or just an hour of mentoring, I’d love to work with you! Together we will give your novel its best chance at traditional or self-publishing success.
Editing in the Age of the Amateur
By Helga Schier — Linked in
Self-publishing changed things. As traditional publishers take on fewer projects, more writers choose to take matters into their own hands and self-publish. Today, every single good book can and will find its readers. And that’s a good thing.
Trouble is, every single not-so-good book can, too.
Editing the First Draft of Your Novel
By Lira Samanta — This is a stage of revision that involves complex changes like reordering plot, deepening relationships between characters, and even getting rid of some characters altogether.
Editing Your Book’s Content for Print
By Gorham Printing
Editor for Your Book??
top up-to-date recommendations
By K.M. Weiland
While finding an editor is easy, finding a good book editor is something else again.
The following editors are in alphabetical order, with their names linked to their websites, so you can do further research to discover which is best suited to your needs.
Finding a Book Editor
Great books are the product of so much more than just a great idea. Behind almost every literary success is a great team and, aside from the author, there’s perhaps no role more influential than that of the editor.
Finesse of the Final Cut
By Helga Schier — Books 2 Go
For decades writers (and readers) bemoaned the fact that so many good books remained unpublished. It seemed that the industry’s gatekeepers agents and editors and publishers didn’t even look at your work unless you had amazing pedigree or a publication list a mile long. A first-time writer had a better chance of winning the lottery than getting published.
The self-publishing revolution changed things.
The Book Khaleesi
Real Book Spy
Are you a new or struggling author looking for professional editorial services to take your writing to the next level? Good news, we can help! On top of line editing and copy editing, we can also help with query letters and pitches. So, whatever you need help with, we’ve got your back!
Ryan Steck can be reached via email at Ryan@TheRealBookSpy.com
I specialize in editing fast-paced, popular fiction. I’m the award-winning author of three Editor’s Guides to Writing Compelling Fiction, Captivate Your Readers, Fire up Your Fiction, and Writing a Killer Thriller, available in print and e-book formats. These books are all reader-friendly, with lots of bolded subtitles and before-and-after examples. They’re designed to help busy writers get in, find what they want, and get back to their writing, quickly and effortlessly.
Beth Rodgers Editing Services
Your One Stop Shop for Pristine Manuscript Revision
Beth Rodgers is a seasoned professional who provides proofreading, line editing, and developmental editing. She is an author, a college English instructor, and a library writing workshop presenter.
Revision and Self-Editing for Publication
By James Scott Bell — Designed to eliminate the intimidation factor that comes with revision and self-editing. Bell gives you the tools and advice you need to transform your first draft into a finished manuscript that agents and editors will fight for.
Inside you’ll find:
- Self-editing techniques for plot, structure, character, theme, voice, and more that can be applied as you’re writing to reduce your revision workload.
- Methods for fine-tuning your first draft into a tight, well-developed piece of literature.
- The Ultimate Revision Checklist, which seamlessly guides you through the revision process, step by step.
- Exercises and techniques for “deepening” your work to engage and excite readers like never before.
Editing – Translating – Writing
By Helga Schier — With Pen And Paper
Publishing has never been more competitive, yet there have never been more opportunities for writers to publish their work. As fewer traditional publishers pick up ever fewer writers, more and more writers opt to self-publish. Because one thing is still true: a good book will find its readers. No matter whether you are hoping to find an agent and a publisher or are planning to publish yourself, you will need a good book to be successful. And that’s why you hire an editor; because an editor can help you write the best manuscript you possibly can.
Critique and Editing Services
Exclusively available through Writer’s Digest, 2nd Draft provides a high-level review of your writing by certified professionals.
Self Editing for Fiction
Self-Editing for Fiction Writers
By Renni Browne and Dave King
Self-Editing Tips and Tricks
Now that you’re ready to review your work, you’ll need to switch your mindset from that of a writer and prepare to embark on the self-editing journey.
Stratford Editing Services
IT’S ALL ABOUT GETTING THE WORDS RIGHT
proofing and coopyediting
Proofreading and editing is the final touch on your work that gives it that polished finish. It’s what makes your work look professional and helps to ensure the voice of your content is as clear and concise as possible. The last thing you want is for publishers and readers to focus on a typo rather than the content of your excellent work!