Guest post by Nicholas C. Rossis
Self-editing your writing is one of the most challenging steps before sending your work off to a publisher. In his post Rossis writes:
I don’t often have the pleasure of hosting guest posts by editors, so I am particularly pleased with this one. Liam Carnahan looks at editing from the editor’s point of view, explaining what you need to do before you submit your manuscript to an editor. Liam is the founder and chief editor at Invisible Ink Editing. The team at Invisible Ink work with independent authors to help them prepare their manuscripts for submissions or publication. You can follow them on Facebook or Twitter.
Sending clean, error-free copy gives your submission a boost when it hits an editor’s desk. If you don’t want your writing to be quickly tossed aside, you will want to do a final check. Follow these 7 steps to success: