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Finding an editor for your book

Finding an editor for your book

  Are you struggling with finding an editor? Getting your book edited is one of the most important elements of publishing a book. What’s the point of publishing a book if it’s not well done? I often wonder why people would bother writing a book that...
NaNoWriMo Is Done! Ready to Tackle Editing?

NaNoWriMo Is Done! Ready to Tackle Editing?

  You’re coming to the end of NaNoWriMo and are about to type “The End” on your first draft. Are you wondering how you’re going to tackle editing the story you just wrote? In this session, Kristina Stanley, CEO of Fictionary and ALLi Story Editing Advisor, will...
The difference between em dash and en dash (editor’s tip)

The difference between em dash and en dash (editor’s tip)

Did you know that there is a difference between a hyphen (-), en dash (–), and em dash (—)? Did you know that there is a difference between hyphens (-), en dashes (–), and em dashes (—)? The most obvious difference is the length. Hyphens are shortest, followed by the...
Beta Readers – what are they and how to use them

Beta Readers – what are they and how to use them

What is a beta reader? Beta readers are probably the most fantastic way that you can get some really good insight into your book and, and identify any potential flaws, issues, and shortfalls that your book may have BEFORE sending it to an editor. So before you...
7 Critical Manuscript Self-Edits You Shouldn’t Ignore

7 Critical Manuscript Self-Edits You Shouldn’t Ignore

    We are so happy today to have a guest post from Lisa Lepki, of ProWritingAid! ProWritingAid is a Day 3 sponsor of The Women in Publishing Summit. There’s a special offer for our readers, so be sure to read to the bottom to grab that deal!   ...