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Copy of How an Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready After the First Chapter By Meg LaTorre

There are many things publishing professionals look for in your first pages and chapter: voice, storytelling personality, if the story starts in the right place, showing vs. telling, grammar, grasp of the English language, and more. As a freelance developmental editor and former literary agent, I usually knew after the first few pages or chapter …
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Not the Director’s Cut Beth Daniels, aka Beth Henderson, J.B. Dane, Nied Darnell

 Beth Daniels is one of SavvyAuthors long-time instructors and she’s always coming up with great new classes like this one.  If you are interested in a new class from a wonderful instructor then check out Beth, her funny wit, and great classes: Scene by Scene with Beth Daniels  starting Monday. ~ed. Director’s Cut Since I retired from leaving …
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How an Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready After the First Chapter By Meg LaTorre

There are many things publishing professionals look for in your first pages and chapter: voice, storytelling personality, if the story starts in the right place, showing vs. telling, grammar, grasp of the English language, and more. As a freelance developmental editor and former literary agent, I usually knew after the first few pages or chapter …