Everything you need to know to start writing a book proposal for your nonfiction book.
But being able to truly see if you’ve been successful in writing a compelling work requires objectivity and distance than can be hard to achieve on your own—and this is where a professional editor comes in.
Author and freelance editor Maya Rock offers six pointers for vetting a freelance editor.
Indie author Teymour Shahabi explains how to find an editor for the draft of your self-published book and what to look for in a good editing relationship.
Asking an editor or agent to sign a non-disclosure agreement is not part of traditional publishing business practice.
In this 5On interview, author Anne Perry discusses (among other things): what plot is not what to look for when
Working with a small press is an option many authors never consider. It’s the shadowy middle ground between self-pub and a Big Five contract.
Today's guest post is by writer and editor Jennifer Niesslein (@jniesslein), who is based in Charlottesville, Virginia. I’m experiencing karma.