editing

  1. Diane Culver

    Editor Excellence in Editing

    From their website: Whether you're submitting to a major publisher, querying agents, or planning to self-publish, a second pair of eyes is a must before letting that manuscript or partial out of your hands. Sure, the world loves a great story, but the world embraces a great, well-told story...
  2. Tambra

    Editor Suzanne Johnson

    From Suzanne's website: I have more than thirty years in copy editing and developmental editing both fiction and nonfiction, including two years as the founding copy editor for Entangled Publishing. My copy-edited works include best-selling paranormals by authors such as Laura Kaye and Jennifer...
  3. Barbara Sheridan

    Proofreader Emily Nemchick

    From their website: I began copy editing and proofreading professionally in 2012, after completing my BA in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic at the University of Cambridge. I have worked as a copy editor in academic publishing and the self-publishing world. I have worked on fiction and non-fiction...
  4. Missye Maroon

    Manuscript Formatting Reedsy

    From their website: Crafting beautiful books is at the heart of everything that Reedsy does. We're changing the way books are published by giving authors and publishers access to talented professionals, powerful tools, and free educational content. Reedsy was founded in the summer of 2014 by...
  5. Teresa Crumpt0n

    Editor Gray Publishing Services

    From their website: Our services include: eBook & paperback formatting Original eBook & paperback cover design Pre-made eBook & paperback cover design Proofreading Editing Business card design & printing Bookmark design etc Teasers, Banners, Logos & Swag
  6. The Hybrid Author: A Guide to Publishing, 2nd edition

    The Hybrid Author: A Guide to Publishing, 2nd edition

    A comprehensive guide to the evolving publishing industry written with candor, insight and personal experience from a seasoned hybrid author. Providing: * Active resource links for all your writing needs * Discoverability tips * Advice for the Author/Entrepreneur
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    Craft Easy Editing for Beginners with Lynn Lorenz

    In this intensive workshop, students will learn how to make easy edits in an organized process. Those editing topics will cover Point of View, Use of Verbs, Independent Body Parts, Passive Voice, and how to tighten sentences and paragraphs for pacing. Once the class is complete, students should...
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    Craft Tell the Whole Story: Editing for Content with Beth Daniels

    We all hate reading through our manuscripts for grammar glitches and typos, for continuity when spelling characters’ names or the places they visit, right? It’s tough and real dog’s body work. Boring even. There’s even a tougher and yet more important editing run that needs to be done though...
  9. Laura Drake

    Craft Advanced Writing with Laura Drake

    You know the feeling – when you start a book and immediately suspend disbelief to fall into the story world. As authors, we know that this isn’t easy to do. It takes more than a good scene. It takes a maestro of craft to pull it off. If you’re past problems with POV, character development and...
  10. Christine Amsden

    Indie Indie Editing on a Budget with Christine Amsden

    Poorly edited books will not sell well. It doesn't matter how beautiful your cover art is, or how perfect your marketing strategy. Selling like a pro means, first and foremost, creating a professional product. Professionally published authors, whether they choose the traditional or independent...
  11. Michelle Buckman

    Webinar Self-Editing for Fiction Writers with Michelle Buckman

    Learn what editors look for when they are going through your manuscript. There's much more to see than basic plot. Michelle explains how an editor evaluates your overall manuscript and the details of what is checked and marked during an edit. Armed with this knowledge, you can look at your...
  12. Peter Andrews

    Craft Write Flash Fiction with Peter Andrews

    Don’t have time to write a novel? Well, fewer people have time to read one. That’s why flash fiction is hot, with over 300 paying markets looking for well-formed stories of 1000 words or less. Learn how to write, market and sell these tiny tales.
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    Craft Writing the Emotional Journey with June Diehl

    Are your readers satisfied with your stories? Are they reluctant to put your story aside? At the end of your story, the reader should sigh, with a sense of satisfaction, when finishing your story, one which they will remember for a long time coming. So how does one create a satisfied reader...
  14. LC Hayden

    Craft How to Make Your Writing Sparkle with L.C Hayden

    We’ve all done it. We read a book and set it aside. The writing didn’t capture us. Then there are those books that we can’t put down. Why? The plot, the characters, the writing captivated us. What are those authors’ “secrets?” I will reveal them in my workshop on How to Make Your Writing...
  15. Laura Drake

    Craft Advanced Writing with Laura Drake

    You know the feeling – when you start a book and immediately suspend disbelief to fall into the story world. As authors, we know that this isn’t easy to do. It takes more than a good scene. It takes a maestro of craft to pull it off. If you’re past problems with POV, character development and...