Editing for Indies: Navigate the Process from Start to Finish OnDemand Webinar
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Good editing can make indie books indistinguishable from traditionally published books. But as indies, you don't have a publishing house to help manage the process. The editing ball is in your court!
Tabitha Lord has worked successfully with several free-lance editors in the course of her career. She'll share her experience navigating the multilayered, sometimes intense editorial process. She'll help you examine the different types of editing, determine what your manuscript needs, learn how to find, vet, and work collegially with a freelance editor, understand how to deal with critical feedback, and create a strategy for making developmental edits.
Once you've gone through a thorough editorial process, you'll be able to stand behind your work and confidently publish your book.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- The different types of editing
- What kind of editing your manuscript needs
- How to get the most from working with beta readers during the editing process
- How to find and work successfully with a freelance editor
- Strategies for working through developmental edits
- How to manage an editorial calendar
- How to determine when your manuscript is ready for publication
Tabitha Lord lives in Rhode Island. She's married with four independent-minded and creative kids, two spoiled cats, and a lovable black lab. She holds a degree in Classics from College of the Holy Cross and taught Latin for years at an independent Waldorf school where she now serves on the Board of Trustees.
Her HORIZON series has won several independent writing awards including the prestigious Writer's Digest Grand Prize for Self-Published Fiction in 2016. She has short fiction published and soon-to-be published by World Weaver Press, Grimbold Books, Electric Athenaeum Magazine, and more. Tabitha is also a partner and senior writer for Book Club Babble, and a managing editor for the Inkitt Writer's Blog.
NOTE: Writer's Digest does not offer refunds for OnDemand Webinars. All sales are final. OnDemand Webinars do NOT include a critique.
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