Every book has a different journey from idea to shelf, but I’m sure there are some commonalities. I wonder if some of this resonates with you?
No wonder this book won so many hearts as well as awards. What an astonishing debut novel.
The first thing to decide is the purpose of the edit.
I recently published a post with an embarrassing error: who’s instead of whose. How did I let this happen and how can I help you avoid doing the same?
Woo hoo! You did it! You’ve written your first draft. So what’s next? The first thing to do is feel super smug and a wee…
I have to be aware of my tastes and make sure I don’t impose them on the writers I work with.
As an editor, I see dangling modifiers everywhere.
If you don’t know what that means, let’s break it down so you can get maximum word-nerd cred.
No matter whether the photographs were of carefree young faces or haggard images taken by police, they all seemed to hold the weight of what…
I think point 7 is my favourite, with 8 coming a close second.