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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Best Book Editor Developmental

How to find the best book editor for your novel - Developmental

By Peter R. | January 9, 2016

Find best book editor developmental for your novel

Let’s face it, self editing can only go so far. So, unless you are a terrific book editor yourself, or have some willing friends who are, publishing a book which hasn’t undergone external professional editing shows a lack of professionality that can prove fatal to your credibility and, ultimately, your sales.
In fact, even the most compelling novel in the world ends up having its readers screaming with frustration if on any given page their eyes trip on a new typo or grammatical mistake.
Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to find the right editor for your novel. In fact, book editors and writers need to work together and build up a relationship. And like in all relationships this can be a tricky process. This is why I compiled a list of aspects that are important to consider when looking for a book editor—like they say, well begun is half done...

Excerpt from the blog of Peter Rey, Developmental Editor

Pictures by Comfreak and geralt

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