What does it take to write a book or three? I recently came to the end of my third and final ghostwritten book. To celebrate, I’m sharing some of the insights I gained. Important takeaway: you’re a writer because you write.
Tag Archives: self-editing
How to get your book edited when you can’t afford an editor.
Does professional editing sound like a significant investment you’re not sure you’re ready for? Use these tips to make the most of your professional editing budget and bring overall costs down.
Which type of editing would benefit your book the most?
Well-written books have been well-edited, ensuring your hard work results in readers enjoying your story without being distracted by puzzling plot holes, lacklustre characters, ambiguous grammar, or pesky typos.
How to edit the first draft of your novel: a guide to rewriting
Have you written the first draft of your book, but you’re not sure what to do next? Here’s what I do. I hope some of the following steps will help you revise the first draft of your manuscript too.