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Giveaway! Saving on Money on Editing & Choosing the Best Editor

Giveaway! I am giving away ten paperback copies of my book Saving Money on Editing & Choosing the Best Editor on Goodreads. Book Description The self-publishing industry is booming, and if you’re a self-published author, so is the competition. Having your book professionally edited is an essential step in getting…

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The Art of Taking Feedback on Your Writing

I often encourage my clients and other writers to get feedback from alpha readers, beta readers, and/or critique partners or groups to improve their writing. Unfortunately, this is not a perfect science, and even editors can disagree on whether this feedback is useful or not. Like reading “news” on the…

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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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