Writers with a trade-publishing deal get automatic access to professional editors and proofreaders, but self-publishers have to source their own. Some writers think it’s fine to scrimp on this, but the truth is that every book needs to be edited and proofread, says Lucy Ridout.
We're talking about...
- Room to Write – Isabel Losada writes narrative non-fiction anywhere and everywhere
- 10 essential books for writers
- 5 things you need to know about agency agreements
- 10 Twitter hashtags for writers
- Traditional or indie? Hybrid author Nick Spalding looks at publishing from both sides
- 10 ways to use LinkedIn to find a publishing job
- Why weddings can be murder for Val McDermid
- Print on demand for self-published authors
- 10 golden rules for work experience
- 10 marketing tips for self-published authors
- 7 ways to use small thinking to achieve your writing goal
- Brexit: What does it mean for the publishing industry?
- 7 ways to get things done – and be a more productive writer
- #NaNoWriMo 30-day writing bootcamp (Week 4)
- #NaNoWriMo 30-day writing bootcamp (Week 3)
- #NaNoWriMo 30-day writing bootcamp (Week 2)