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Book Editors, Proofreaders, Indexers, etc.

This page features book editing services, book editors, copyeditors, book doctors, proofreaders, indexers, translators and ghostwriters. We try to be comprehensive in these listings, so we list anyone. A listing does not mean a recommendation. Before signing with a service provider, check out their work and their references.

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Writing Bookmark: Don’t Stop Writing

Start writing no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on. — Louis L’Amour You fail only if you stop writing. — Ray Bradbury People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, of immortality, too. It goes from one generation to […]

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The sacrifice – The Book Marketing Network

Spring is here and once again the oncoming nice weather will test my resolve to finish my latest novel. I find it especially difficult to keep focus when it’s a beautiful, sunny seventy-degree day outside. But as an artist I must ignore the temptation to enjoy the outside. When I am working on a first […]

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Carpinello’s Writing Pages

Information on books & writing for Children/Tweens/YA. Explore & discover new book & authors. A focus on getting Young Readers to read & write more.

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Editors of First Time Novelists and Debut Novelists

Book Editors and Book Publishers of First-Time Novelists and Debut Fiction: How to find a book publisher for your novel.

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Alva Sachs: 10 Tips on How to Write a Children’s Book | Infographic A Day

10 Tips on How to Write a Children’s Book 1. Keep the book between 28 and 32 pages. 2. The text should be between 800 and 1,000 words. 3. Keep your …

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Ian Rankin: 10 Rules for Writing

Here, according to mystery author Ian Rankin, are ten rules for writing. These are certainly worth paying attention to. 1. Read lots. 2. Write lots. 3. Learn to be self-critical. 4. Learn what crit…

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Blake Bailey: 5 Writing Tips

The following writing tips are excerpted from an article by Blake Bailey that appeared in Publishers Weekly magazine. 1. Write about things that really interest you. Pick a subject that bores…

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