Posts tagged Author-Editor Relationship
Author Interview: Elliot Brooks, Author of Peace and Turmoil

Elliot Brooks is an AWESOME author I’ve had the pleasure of working with. I’ve loved getting to know her through editing her novel and BookTube (all links to find her on the internet below!). I don’t normally share about books I’ve worked on, but I’ve really loved how Elliot has marketed her book, and I think she has a lot of wisdom to share with aspiring authors.

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Why an Editing Community Matters

People sometimes ask me how I became an editor, and the first thing I usually say is by getting involved in an editing community.

You can form an editing group in any way you’d like, and sometimes smaller is better. You can create a more organic group or you can join a professional association. Put yourself out there and see what’s right for you!

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Choosing the Right Editor Is Like Dating

If you've gone through the self-editing check list after completing your novel, then it's time to (deep breath) *gently* hand over your manuscript to a professional editor. Listen. I know this is rough; your book is your baby.

You probably have a few misconceptions about editors. They're pretentious, snarky, scary monsters who will murder your manuscript with red ink, killing all of your darlings, judging every misplaced comma, and cackling at their computer screens when they get to write rejection letters (if you're submitting to a traditional publisher).

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