I’ll be speaking at the annual conference held by Northern California Publishers & Authors on Saturday, April 25, 3:00-4:15 p.m.
Editing: The Invisible Art that Takes Your Book from “Self-Published” to “Professionally Published”
When asked recently how they felt about self-published books, nearly one in five of the news media who responded specifically mentioned the poor quality of editing. General readers are no more forgiving, as demonstrated by reviews at Amazon.com.
What is editing? Can anyone do it? What skills and tools are needed? You will learn:
- The different kinds of editing
- How to know which kind of editing your manuscript needs
- How to find the right editor for your manuscript
- Your role as author or publisher in the editing process
More information about the conference, including details about other speakers (John Kremer, Marion Gropen, Nora Profit, Robert Brekke) and how to register, are at the NCPA website.
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