Editing's a dirty job, but someone has to do it. And, frankly, the best person for the task is you, the author.
Sure, you can hire an editor to clean up your mess, but here are some great reasons for learning a few handy, essential self-editing tips:
While this short course doesn't cover every single editing tip, it will give you 10 quick and easy tips to get you started on the road to a cleaner, tighter, better manuscript. Take the challenge and see if applying these tips shows marked improvement in your prose!
C. S. Lakin is the award-winning author of thirty books and blogger at Live Write Thrive, a top-ten site for writers. She works as a copyeditor and writing coach in the book publishing industry, specializing in manuscript critiques. Her writing craft book series, The Writer's Toolbox, teaches aspiring and experienced novelists how to write terrific stories. She loves nothing more than to help writers craft stellar novels and experience success and joy in their writing journey.