How to Pick an Editor

Some good advice here.

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After you’ve worked with beta readers, self-edited, and done the best you can with your manuscript, it’s time to get a professional to help you. Editing is a tough, undesirable process, but one we must all go through if we want our books to be the best they can be. Choosing a good editor can mean the difference between your book get five star reviews or one star reviews. Let’s jump right in!

Where Do I Start?

A good place to start is asking around. If you have author friends or belong to any type of writer’s group, why not ask them about editors they’ve worked with? If you don’t know any other authors, or nobody has had any good recommendations, your next step is to ask Google. Search for editors, and check a bunch out.

What to Look For

The first thing I looked at is whether the…

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