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Editors come in many stripes: some are copy editors, others are content editors while still another kind is a developmental editor. In this post, I want to focus on why developmental editing is your next step.
In this YouTube video, What is Developmental Editing?, I talk about what developmental editing has to do, as the name implies, with developing a memoir manuscript to its full potential. A developmental editor will not shy away from pitching in and helping you to create more and better text. Click on the video below to hear the full article.
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