4 Checklists to Make the Self-Editing Process Significantly Easier for Yourself
Professional book editor in the UK provides helpful checklists that will make any writer's self-editing process significantly easier!
If you're writing a novel with the hope of getting it published, the self-editing stage will become an inevitable part of the process. I'm sure there's no way you'll be willing to query or publish a first draft, and even if you were, you wouldn't get very far, so I'm 100% certain that you'll carry out at least one round of self-editing.
However, you're a writer because you love to write and tell stories, right? So how the heck do you edit the damn book yourself? What if it becomes even messier than before you started? What if you end up editing over and over again with no visible improvement?
I hear you, and with a saturated market that makes it almost impossible to stand out as an author, especially a new one, I understand your worries. Plus, we're all so busy these days with our 9-5 jobs, education, families and commitments, so how is anyone supposed to self-edit thousands of words quickly but effectively?