Ever read a poorly written book? Afraid you might write one, too? Fret no more; I can help!
If you've ever read a poorly written book, here's why it happened (and how to prevent it). When most people write a book, it's the copy editor's job to be great at English and to help you sound smart and eloquent, and it is the proofreader's job to spot typos and mistakes. It's just that simple. For writers who are naturals with their words, that's easy. However, if you're like most people, then you struggle to craft your story before ever considering an editor. Here are five reasons why. You are:
That's why when you partner with me, I work within a realistic timeframe to provide a one-of-a-kind writing experience that includes tiered editing (proofreading, copyediting, line editing, and developmental editing) of your documents as follows:
NOTE: If you have chosen to use Grammarly, kudos. Please be sure your file is complete before submitting to any editor as there may be changes that must be made (post Grammarly) to ensure the cleanest copy gets published.
If you've got three minutes, I'll show you three things Grammarly gets wrong.
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Writing a book and afraid it won't be good, won't sell, or won't even get finished?
I've got you covered in my step-by-step go-to guide, "What to Do While Waiting... An Author's Guide to Self-Publishing."
Written with my editing clients in mind, many have successfully navigated through the process of self-publishing confidently (all while I was editing their final files). This manual, which started as a one-page checklist, has helped aspiring authors to easily stay focused on their publication goals, meet their deadlines, and celebrate their journey to becoming self-published.
With the help of my Book Publishing Checklist, Sample Back Cover Synopsis, Sample Book Pitch, and more, you can do it too. Try it for yourself!
Get your free copy now, and I look forward to turning pages with you! Remember, we're not just telling stories; we're writing them well.
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