Following the recent posting of part one of What You Can Do Before You Send a Manuscript to An Editor, I am reprinting a post that contains more useful information on how you can edit your own work before sending it to a professional editor. Self-editing can focus your narrative and save on editing fees.
I hope you find it useful and will leave your own suggestions in the comments section.
Want to Give Your Memoir a Quick Boost?
You Need Editing.
The big New York publishing houses NEVER publish a manuscript without extensive editing! Why would you?
You’ll be surprised at how much a professional editor can quickly and effectively help you tweak your story so that you get to say more clearly and dynamically what you have been trying to say. We tend to be good at what we do. Said one client: “I accomplished more with you in six months than I had in ten years writing alone.”
Click here to learn more about how editing can help you complete a better memoir.