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Self-Editing, Editing, and Editors will help writers and authors demystify the nitty-gritty of editing.
The Writer's Toolkit covers the basic steps needed to ensure that you have a well-edited book.
Editing Simplified!
Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on :
How to search for an editor, and how to negotiate and finalise the right editor?
Do you need self-editing?
How can
Kindle Edition, 38 pages
Published October 15th 2019 by Self Published
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Dee James
Nov 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
The minute this book was released, I rushed to read this; since TBC toolkits are usually very informative, well-written, and a must-read for any self-published author. This book is definitely no different and is all this and more. 'Self-Editing, Editing, and Editors', as the title suggests, talks extensively about the types of edits, why an author needs an editor, and what is the value-add an editor alone can provide for your manuscript. If you're a relatively new author or you're an aspiring on ...more
Genre: non-fiction

#qotd Have you read a nice story line with very bad editing, especially self-published ones❓
#qotd Are you confident about a good read based on the publishing House associated with the book❓
#qotd Do you reread your drafts before making it public❓

"The first draft of anything is called shit."- Ernest Hemingway.

Noone likes a half-baked 🍰 cake/book or one which is a maze of errors & typos.

This book, #writerstoolkit is about #editing #selfediting & #editors

This books talks about the
Ruchira Khanna
Jan 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The author is also a professional editor as a result she has written from her experience making it a very handy toolkit. It is very succinct and handy for a budding and even a published writer to glean & make use of. It's a definite read! ...more
Sharon Shre
Feb 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“Good Editors are really the third eye” – Toni Morrison

If you are an author or an aspiring one or have a passion for writing, then this book is a talking guide.
We all dream to write ✍something big that turn out to be the best and influence people in all walks of their life. Sometimes, though the plots are executed, characterization development being fantastic, few errors, repetitive words, and sentence formation plays a spoilsport.

The book covers all the features relating to editing and thereby
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Inderpreet edits manuscripts; writes for her love of writing and reads endlessly.
She is a Masters in Human Resources Management and worked as a management lecturer.
An Army brat, she now joins her adorable Army hubby across the country.
Books, editing, and reviews keep her busy whenever she gets a breather from mothering her ‘too tricky to handle son’.
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