M.J. on Writing: To Hire an Editor or Not to Hire an Editor…That is the Question!

M.J. on Writing: To Hire an Editor or Not to Hire an Editor…That is the Question!

No matter what stage your writing career is in, editing is a step you don’t want to skip! I dusted this blog off (originally posted on This Writer’s Life, 1/12) and decided to share it again. This type of information never gets old! I hope it helps!

MJ

12 thoughts on “M.J. on Writing: To Hire an Editor or Not to Hire an Editor…That is the Question!

  1. Editing is a must Lyn Robertson is one of the best here in Las Vegas; but never asume editing and proofreading are the same unless your contract says so. Editing provides focus, direction, or point of view to name a few, but proofreading is the polish needed to finish your work before sending it to the publisher…

  2. Editing is a must Lyn Robertson is one of the best here in Las Vegas; but never asume editing and proofreading are the same unless your contract says so. Editing provides focus, direction, or point of view to name a few, but proofreading is the polish needed to finish your work before sending it to the publisher…

  3. Now that I know what I know, I will never put a book out without an editor – and I mean an editor who does line editing, proofreading, story development – all of it. A “good editor” is priceless!

  4. Now that I know what I know, I will never put a book out without an editor – and I mean an editor who does line editing, proofreading, story development – all of it. A “good editor” is priceless!

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