Freelance editor Erin Brown gives some practical advice for editing your own work to make sure its ready for publication.
Premium Resources Free For Subscribers
Author and workshop teacher Donna Hatch reviews 5 critical considerations when editing your manuscript, including grammar, passive voice, redundancies, descriptions, and dialogue.
Editorial Director Sheryl Stebbins shares recommendations about whether an author should self-edit.
Wayne Hoffman, author of Sweet Like Sugar, describes the editing process and the various people involved in editing a manuscript throughout its process of becoming a book.
Freelance editor Erin Brown shares great tips of how to make the most of a critique of your work, including who not to ask to review your work.
Join Editing Director Sheryl Stebbins as she reviews the importance of freelance editors taking care to edit in a way that enhances the writer's voice.
Author David Corbett explains how important the first 50 pages of your manuscript are to a critique partner or editor, and explains the key elements he is able to flush out.
Giving a good critique takes more than pointing out faults. Read on to learn the best ways to help a fellow writer with a well delivered critique.
Author of "No Red Pen," Vicki Hudson, explains a few key points when critiquing a partner's work, leaving emotion out of the critique.