Writing a book is a big deal. I get it. You've spent hours, days, weeks, months on your book and can't wait to get it out into the world, right?
Let's not toss it up on Amazon just yet.
Remember those hours, days, weeks, and months you spent on your book? You've spent more time with your book than you've spent with most of your friends. (I mean, probably.) It's almost like your CHILD. They don't call it a "book baby" for nothing!
So why settle for less than putting your best possible book out into the world?
"But, wait," you say. "Isn't editing a book expensive? I'm doing this on nights and weekends and am barely paying my bills with my day job! With the cover design, ads, shipping costs, proof copies, etc., I don't have the money to spend on this!"
Sure. Publishing a book is expensive. But would it cost you more if you got several 1-star reviews stating how poor the grammar was or pointed out the myriad of glaring punctuation errors?
That would be devastating for the book you worked so hard on to have its name dragged through the mud and to have your reputation tarnished before you even have a chance to build a good one.
I know you don't want that, and I don't want that for you, either. I want the story you worked on for so long to SHINE. To present its best face to the world. To have the technical details like syntax, punctuation, and spelling fall into the background and have your amazing story take center stage.
This is where editing comes in.
It can be confusing; I get it. There are different types of editing. Some editors charge per hour, some per page, some per word. Some can do it in a week, some need at least a month. Some look at the overall story, some look at the details.
Here's the good news.
I've created a mini ebook JUST FOR YOU to help you sort through all the confusing details and simplify the process.
In just a few easy-to-read pages, I outline just about everything you need to know before you hire an editor.
In this short ebook, you'll learn:
How to know when you're ready for an editor
The different types of editing and how to figure out which one(s) you need
The questions every author should ask an editor before hiring them
The answers you're looking for from your prospective editor
The best part? This ebook is my gift to you! Just drop your name and email address in the form below, and I'll send you my Ten Questions Every Author Should Ask a Prospective Editor ebook.
This helpful ebook will put you three steps ahead of all the other writers out there wondering what to do next. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions about the editing process. I'd love to help!