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Month: January 2017

An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 5: Final Tips

Welcome back! So far in this series on saving money on editing, I’ve covered patience, self-editing, using readers, and using editing tools. This week, I wrap up the series with some final tips and tricks for you to eke out the full value of the editing services that you need…

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An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 4: Using Editing Tools

Welcome back! So far in this series, I’ve covered patience, self-editing, and using readers. This week, I cover a topic that makes me cringe, but I can’t ignore it. Why do electronic editing tools make me cringe? Because editing tools such as our old friend the spell checker can become…

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An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 3: Using Readers

Welcome! In this series so far, I’ve covered patience and self-editing. This week, I’ll cover how you can use readers to save money on editing and give a few tips on how to find them. Why You Need Readers If you are a career-track author, your editor should be a…

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An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 2: Self-Editing

Welcome to the second part of my weekly series on methods that indie authors can use to save money on editing. Last week, I covered patience and the ways in which slowing down can save you, the indie author, money on editing. Self-editing can also save you money, and it…

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An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 1: The Value of Patience

Welcome to the first part of my new weekly series on methods that indie authors can use to save money on editing. The first question that you might have is why would an editor want to tell an author how to save money on her services. The reasons are many,…

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