What Your Editor Wishes You Knew Before You Submit Your Manuscript

What Your Editor Wishes You Knew Before You Submit Your Manuscript

Please join me in welcoming guest blogger Haley Sulich to The Educated Writer!

As a freelance editor, there are many things I wish writers knew before they invested their time and money into an editor. As an author, there are many things I wish I knew before I hired my first book editor. To save you from the stresses that hiring an editor may bring, I’m going to touch base on the things I wish my clients knew before hiring an editor, along with what I wish I would’ve done before hiring my first editor.

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How To Edit Your Book

How To Edit Your Book

Editing. Many writers agree that this is hands-down the worst part of publishing a book. Writing can easily be described as a fun and creative process, while editing is more analytical, long, tedious, stressful, and oftentimes boring. However, having a well-edited book can easily separate you from the rest. Today, I’m going to list four steps that can make it easy to self-edit your book, and tomorrow you’ll find a snippet of the freebie that I created with editor, and writer, Haley Sulich to further help you get your manuscript ready for a professional editor. The blog post, and freebie, will be titled: "What Your Editor Wishes You Knew Before You Submit Your Manuscript."

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