iWriterly Video: When Writers SHOULDN’T Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor

Are you looking to hire a developmental editor to work with you on your manuscript? In this iWriterly episode, we will discuss when writers SHOULDN’T work with a freelance developmental editor.   What is a Developmental Editor? For those who might have missed our previous videos in this book editing video series, developmental editors assist … Continue reading iWriterly Video: When Writers SHOULDN’T Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor

iWriterly Video: How to Become a Freelance Developmental Editor: Seven Qualifications

If you’re looking to launch your very own freelance book editing career, learn the steps to becoming a professionally-qualified developmental editor in this iWriterly video.   https://youtu.be/dYwG_hZD0zM   Other videos in this book editing series: What is a Freelance Developmental Book Editor? When Writers SHOULDN'T Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor   For more information … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Become a Freelance Developmental Editor: Seven Qualifications

iWriterly Video: New York Comic Con 2018 Vlog | V. E. Schwab Panels & More AuthorTube Adventures

The iWriterly team attends New York Comic Con 2018 and vlogs some of their adventures at the show. In case it wasn't super obvious from my Instagram posts over the weekend, Kevin and I had a BLAST at New York Comic Con this year. Normally, we bop around the show floor for pretty much the … Continue reading iWriterly Video: New York Comic Con 2018 Vlog | V. E. Schwab Panels & More AuthorTube Adventures

Savvy Authors Blog: Filler Words to Remove From Your Novel

All writers want their prose to read smoothly and have the reader fully engaged without being pulled from the story due to an overabundance of unnecessary words that make sentences read clunkier. These unnecessary words are often referred to as “filler words.” Filler words aren’t necessarily “bad” words, and they have their place in the … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: Filler Words to Remove From Your Novel

Guest Interview: Meg LaTorre Joins the Blog A New Look on Books For a Q&A

Meg LaTorre participates in an interview on the blog, A New Look on Books, answering questions about the origin of iWriterly, how she balanced her various roles/careers, how she got into AuthorTube, how Query Hack was started, how to manage a steep workload, and more. Some of the questions she answers are: What is the … Continue reading Guest Interview: Meg LaTorre Joins the Blog A New Look on Books For a Q&A