Editing Tools For Writers

Writers, whether they pursue traditional publication under the writer-agent model, publish under their own name, or sign with a smaller imprint, need to edit their work prior to submission. However, while some authors believe their background makes them a grammatical expert, the truth is no one should rely on a single set of eyes. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Editing Tools For Writers

Reedsy and the editorial quest, part three: the final update

part threeThe following is the final installment in my hunt for the elusive editorial partner for my WIP using Reedsy. For those not familiar with the service, Reedsy, a database of freelance professionals with a focus on the publishing industry. This post contains affiliate links. As of last week's update, I'd received three responses to my … Continue reading Reedsy and the editorial quest, part three: the final update

Reedsy and the editorial quest, part two: the initial response

Last week I announced I was once again on the hunt for the elusive editorial partner for my WIP. The following is the results of my experience with Reedsy, a database of freelance professionals with a focus on the publishing industry. This post contains affiliate links. Using Reedsy's filters and resulting profiles as a guide, … Continue reading Reedsy and the editorial quest, part two: the initial response

Reedsy and the never-ending quest for editorial partners

You've written your manuscript and re-worked it from end to end more than once. You've even had a few brave readers provide preliminary feedback. Now what? (This post includes affiliate links) If you are like me and going the self-publishing route, it may be time to start considering a professional editor. But where can you … Continue reading Reedsy and the never-ending quest for editorial partners

That Vs Which: Self Editing Tip and Reason Number 501 Why it is taking so long to finish my next novel

I do not blog daily - my hat's off to those that do - but that doesn't mean I wasn't happy enough to receive The Writer's Daily Companion by Amy Peters as a gift several months ago. It's like having my own daily prompt generator without the distraction that is the internet. Somedays it's a … Continue reading That Vs Which: Self Editing Tip and Reason Number 501 Why it is taking so long to finish my next novel