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Thursday, August 27, 2015


I'm an author who has been around for quite some time, many years as a ghostwriter, and using my Blaze name now. One thing I know is that no author should ever publish anything without having an editor work on their book with them. Stephen King uses one. All great authors do. Don't think you're better than them.

Above, are links to an informative article on how to find editors. I have only included the very beginning of the article below. This is well worth your reading time.

Happy reading.

Blaze McRob

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How to Find an Editor as a Self-Published Author

This post originally appeared on Jane Friedman’s site on 8/18/15.
In today’s guest post, indie author Teymour Shahabi explains how to find an editor for the draft of your self-published book and what to look for in an editing relationship.
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In traditional publishing, submitting your draft to an editor is an inevitable step on the road to bookstore shelves. But how much editing is required for self-publishing? Does a self-published author need to find an editor? And if yes, when and where, and how?
First things first:
Do you need an editor?
The answer is yes.

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