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Editing your writing - guest post by Lisa Lepki

Editing your writing: How to double your efficiency

[Today’s guest post is courtesy of Lisa Lepki, editor at ProWritingAid.] So, you’ve finished your novel; now the real work begins. Editing your writing and rewriting are the best insurance you have against your manuscript ending up in the reject pile. Experts agree that you should put your manuscript aside for a week or two […]

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Using a book editor - tips from Reedsy | Now Novel

Using a book editor: How to get more value

Today we have a guest post courtesy of publishing network Reedsy, a succinct guide to working with a book editor. If you’re not quite at the editing and publishing stage yet, join Now Novel for help planning and finishing your novel.  (more…)

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editing novel drafts like a pro - Now Novel's 8 top tips

Editing novel drafts like a pro: 8 tips

Editing novel drafts requires a specific set of skills. It’s wise to use a professional editor if you are serious about getting published. Even so, editing your manuscript well before you share your first draft with an editor will save time by streamlining the book editing process. Here are 8 tips for editing your own novel like a […]

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