There has been a lot of disturbing news recently, about how Kindle is treating its authors.
Many new writers have been caught by surprise by the idea that all you have to do once completing your first draft is to find an editor to spruce it up with a proofread. This could not be further from reality.
With NaNoWriMo fast approaching, there will be many writers embarking on a new writing project this November. With this in mind, I have put this free PDF together to serve as a basic guide for outlining… While the information in this poster is by no means exhaustive, it does offer a sound framework.
Good customer service does not mean being a doormat or accepting poor treatment just to get the client. Good customer service requires effort on behalf of the client too.
Here it is! I’ve now closed down the old editing blog and copied my posts across so I am only managing one website. This site allows you to send enquiries, view prices and services, as well as read news and advice on writing, editing and self-publishing, all in one place. It also allows you to post testimonials and […]
Over the next few hours, I will be migrating this blog and my website to a WordPress.org site. This is purely for ease of management and is aimed to give authors a better overall service and allow them to add testimonial directly to the website. Social media accounts will remain as normal.
Based on the weight of this article and other sources, I have cancelled my KU subscription and will not reinstate it until Amazon do something about these click farms. Source: Scammers Break The Kindle Store
1. First draft. This is your raw manuscript complete with typos, grammar issues. I’m assuming here that you have already outlined by this point. If you haven’t don’t worry… yet. Suffice to say, this is not the version you want to send out to anybody especially not editors. Trust me, they will not thank you for making […]