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Straight Talk from Editor to Author

Editors do important work. In fact, my choice to pursue traditional publishing has as much to do with getting quality editing for my work as it does to the whole avoiding marketing ideal. (Sadly, there is NO way to avoid that irksome task regardless of an author’s path.) I’ve worked with half a dozen editors. …

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Road to Self-Published – Finding your Perfect Editor – Part 2

This is the second part to a serial post describing my search for a freelance editor. Read part 1 here if you missed it last week. The first half of the post talked about how I started my search for an editor and the overload of information I needed to sift through before I could …

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Road to Self-Published – Finding your Perfect Editor – Part 1

This blog is meant to attract readers for my published works. You know, people who like young adult fantasy or Biblical fictionalizations, or maybe even a little romance. Yet, here I am discussing my journey to being self-published. Self-publishing still sounds like a dirty word to some people. However, in the past two years, Amazon …

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That manuscript still isn’t perfect yet? – Part Three of my Manuscript Critique

You might be sick of reading about my numerous critique experiences. I know I’m tired of rewriting the manuscript. Remember I mentioned rewriting the first pages of this manuscript. That rewrite was for a class given by Kristen Lamb. If you don’t follow her blog, I suggest you follow this link and sign up. If …

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