The Indie Way: The Adventures of Editing Part 2

Hello Good Morning Beautiful People,

I haven't written in like a month so sorry about I have had alot going on as well as doing research for this post. So of you may or may not know that when I give these helpful tips it because I don't want other authors especially indie authors to go through the same situation I went through when I first start publishing. Don't misunderstand I am far from a seasoned writer, and I don't know everything. But what I do know I am willing to pass along. I feel that with every book a writer writes it a new beginning, because in a sense you are back at square one, and with each book we write we learn something new about ourselves weather you are beginner, exploring your nature as a writer, or a seasoned writer with a clear understanding of the world of writing. Through the process of revamping old book projects I have learned better ways to research the things I'll need during the final stages of the pre-editing process. So now I consider beta readers that are also are profession editors. Also I think about what way I want to promote each book, but writing now my main focus is the New Edition Entrapment Valhalla Legacy Book 1. The information I gathered I hope it helps. :-)

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EFA - Editorial Freelancers Association

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I hope this gives you a good start and if you don't like these you can always search EFA or goodreads on your own. Have a wonderful weekend!!

TTYF

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