It's been quite the journey going from someone with a raw manuscript written in 30 days to someone with a finished and published product. I had a lot of help from some talented freelancers, but I also had some help that set me in the wrong direction. This would be how I found my first editor.
I asked my local NaNoWriMo group about editors, and someone suggested an editor. I looked up the editor's Facebook and saw she was decently priced. About a week later, I sent my manusc
So, as many of you know, I went into this self-publishing thing pretty blind. I knew some vague things, like I should publish on Amazon and I would definitely need an editor, but I didn’t know how to do it on my own. That’s when I found some great Facebook groups. The first group I want to talk about is the 20Booksto50k group. This group’s main focus is to help writers become profitable in their craft. There are tons of documents to help with various topics, but the member th
As many of you know, my first novel was published with some errors. It's been quite the experience finding a good editing team to make sure my manuscript is up to far, and I'm here with some good news! I just uploaded a new version of That Time I Broke Time to Amazon! While the changes won't be live for up to 72 hours, I am so happy to have a better manuscript out there for you all to read. If you have already bought my book on Amazon or with Kindle Unlimited, you don't need
Hello Everyone! I didn't forget about you :) But I did run into a few set backs recently. After reading reviews of my first novel That Time I Broke Time, I realized my editing team was not up to par. While I can edit others' writing, it is difficult for me to edit my own writing. I had hired an editor and even had a few friends proofread, but many errors slipped through the cracks. So, I decided to re-edit my novel myself as well as hire a new proofreader! I'm hoping this pro