Join Meg LaTorre and a group of the RevPit editors for NaNoWriMo writing tips and sprints. This special event is part of RevPit's NaNoWriMo-themed contest. However, all are welcome to participate in the writing sprints (not simply those taking part in the RevPit contest). This event will be broken into two parts: Writing/editing tips Writing … Continue reading iWriterly Video: NaNoWriMo Writing Tips & Sprints with the RevPit Editors: Part 1
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
Are you looking to hire a developmental editor to work with you on your manuscript? Or maybe you’re hoping to launch your very own freelance book editing career. In this iWriterly episode, Meg LaTorre will discuss what a developmental editor is and how they fit into today’s publishing landscape. This is the first video in … Continue reading iWriterly Video: What is a Freelance Developmental Book Editor?
Heya, book nerds! Meg here. When I formerly worked as a freelance developmental editor, many of the writers who reached out to me about a developmental edit for a full manuscript have said they would like to eventually query literary agents for this manuscript (in other words, they'd like to pursue traditional publishing). While I'm … Continue reading When Writers Shouldn’t Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor