Many writers once they finish a book don’t know where to go next and either immediately jump to querying or working with a freelance editor. Learn when (and if) you should work with a freelance editor in this iWriterly video.
Developmental editors, specifically, work with writers on character development, plot, world building, dialogue, setting, structure concerns, industry insight/marketability, and more. But working with a freelance editor is an investment—and one writers should think about carefully, specifically if it’s necessary (or helpful) for their writing career.
iWriterly is your go-to resource for all things bookish. Learn how to write and edit your novel, query literary agents, all about the book publishing process, and updates about the book community—including book reviews, book hauls, bookshelf tours, and more.
Meg LaTorre will take you through novel writing: from concept to the bookshelves (and everything in between)… awkwardly. There will also be plenty of bookish nerdiness, complete with bloopers.
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