Madeline Sharples on the Book Editing Process for her Novel, Papa’s Shoes

It took ten rounds of revisions before author Madeline Sharples considered her novel, Papa’s Shoes , to be complete and ready for publication. She first worked with three editors and a set of beta readers, who provided suggestions and edits free of charge. Next, a content editor looked over the manuscript and gave Sharples ten pages of edits. She kept writing and editing, presenting a new version to a second set of beta readers. They gave feedback on the timeline, content, and edits. A copy editor...
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