Monthly Archives: January 2011

Why This Writer Loves Editors

Today we have a wonderful guest post by Heidi Turner. She has put into words my feelings exactly; it bothers me to no end when I buy a book and find errors. Help us all make books as error-free as … Continue reading

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Building Your Platform

So, you have written a book. Or you are writing a book. Or you have a great book idea. It is never too early to start building your platform. I’m not talking about something you need plywood and nails for; … Continue reading

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What Editing Does For the Writer

So, you’re a writer. You slave over your masterpiece. It is a part of you. It is part of your heart and soul. Why would you want to hand it over to some editor to cut to ribbons? I don’t … Continue reading

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