Editing can be a daunting part of the writing process. Whether a critique partner, beta readers, or an editor, it’s the first time eyes other than yours are seeing your story. Knowing what kind of editor you need and how to find one can be overwhelming. But the process becomes a lot easier once you have a better understanding of it, and I hope this month’s issue will help with that.
We break down the various types of edits, as well as ways to cut back on the costs. More importantly, we dive into the value of finding an editor who is a good fit.
The purpose of editing is to make your story gleam, so it’s essential to know what kind of edit you need and to find someone who can help your story shine even brighter.
Because your story is magic. Don’t let it fade away from lack of editing.
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