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Working with an Editor: Part 2
Technical Writing a book is something that takes time, money, and effort, but the end result makes it all worth it. You’ve probably had moments where you’ve just stared at your screen or banged your head against your desk, searching for ideas that wouldn’t come. You’ve probably had days where you didn’t feel good enough…
What is Copyediting?
Copyediting is what people generally think of when they hear “editing”. Falling under the umbrella of “technical editing”, copyediting doesn’t care about the story itself. Rather, it focuses on a magnified view of the document. A copyeditor doesn’t look at your characters, your plot, or any of your world-building (other than for the reasons of…
How to Get the Most Out of Self-Editing
Editing is an integral part of the writing process, but at the same time, it’s completely separate. You’ve probably heard the advice Don’t edit while you write before, but what does that mean? Writing the first draft of your book should be all about getting the story on paper (or in an electronic document). There…
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