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Don’t Fear the Reaper: Why Every Author Needs an Editor by Blake Atwood

 

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You’ve written a book, so now what?

You may be asking yourself:

  • Should I hire an editor?
  • What kind of editor do I need?
  • How much will professional editing cost?
  • Where can I find an editor?
  • What will an editor expect from me?
  • What can I expect from an editor?

Don’t Fear the Reaper: Why Every Author Needs an Editor answers these questions and more, while also offering:

  • Advice on self-editing
  • How to best prepare your book for an editor
  • How to make an editor not like you so much
  • Why patience is key in writing and publishing

Bonus chapters include the inspiring “Unveiling Validation’s Hiding Place: How to Defeat Every Writer’s Nightmare,” with guest appearances (quotes) by the likes of John Steinbeck, Stephen King, and Anne Lamott, and the resourceful “20 Must-Read Books on Writing and Publishing.”

Get your free review copy by clicking the download link to the left.

For Fans Of

  • Strunk & White
  • Merriam-Webster
  • Stephen King
  • Anne Lammott
  • John Steinbeck
  • Good Writing

About the Author

Blake Atwood is an author, editor, and ghostwriter with EditFor.me.

He’s written “The Gospel According to Breaking Bad” (2013) and “Don’t Fear the Reaper: Why Every Author Needs an Editor” (2014). He’s co-written two books with pastors, and has ghostwritten one book (but he can’t tell you much more about that).

To learn more about his editing and writing services, visit http://www.editfor.me. To keep up with his writing, visit http://www.blakeatwood.com.

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Thank you, Story Cartel!

einkI won!! Woo Hoo! I won a 6″ E-Ink Kindle from Story Cartel. How cool is that? The E-Ink is light, fits pretty much in the palm of my hand, and is the perfect size for sticking into a jacket pocket or the outside pocket of your bag when you are out and about. It has already lain with me in the tub as I enjoyed hot water, bubbles, wine and a nice little “naughty” story (thanks to Celia Kyle, one of my favorite “smexy” authors of all time . . .)  I read the first of the Ridgeville Series, “He Ain’t Lion” and got a huge kick out of Maya. Since it was storming like mad outside, and the stories are short I also read the next two in the series while I kept running more hot water into the tub! See the complete list here. Maya is one tough cookie, and laugh-out-loud funny!

Check out Story Cartel! They have some great books on tap, and you get free books in return for honest reviews. Who can beat that?

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