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    Indie Authors: Working with Beta Readers

    by Sabrina Editing

    Beta readers are amazing. They can help find plot holes, grammar mistakes, and other issues with manuscripts. They help save you time and money with editing. And they are part of your fan base, and a great first marketing step for a book. According to Belinda Williams, it’s important to find the right kind of […]

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    Poetica, A New Editing Tool

    by Sabrina Editing
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    Very recently, a new tool for editing called Poetica (that I’ve been waiting on for nearly two years, since I first heard about it at Books in Browsers) launched. Poetica was created to bring the elegance and trust of paper editing to the digital world. As you can see in the image above, editors can add annotations, comments, […]

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    Why You Need an Editor (And How to Save Money Finding One)

    by Sabrina Editing

    After writing a book, the next big step is to edit it. Editing is incredibly important because it helps to make a book the best it can be, by keeping the story flow, making sure all the events are consistent, developing the characters, and even correcting grammatical and spelling errors, among many other things. It […]

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    Widbook Guest Post: Don’t Overwrite On

    by Sabrina Editing
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    By Mary Ann Lombardo – Widbook blog This post was originally featured at the Widbook blog and written by Mary Ann Lombardo. Widbook is a global community for people who love to share stories. Writers can publish their work in an ebook format and readers meet content and everyone get connected! For the last three weeks Widbook has been my guest. […]

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    Indie Authors: Finding an Editor

    by Sabrina Editing

    J E Henderson, author of the Credara series, has kindly agreed to let me publish an email exchange we had, which provides some insight into why it’s important for indie authors to work with editors and how to find the right one. Henderson’s editor is Lynette M. Smith of All My Best Copyediting. “I found […]

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    A Guide to Grammarly, The World’s Best Grammar Checker

    by Sabrina Editing
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    SPONSORED POST I was lucky enough to recently be granted access to Grammarly, to check out all its features. And boy, are there a lot of features. But, first a little background. Grammarly is an automated proofreader, which checks for over 250 types of grammatical errors. This includes parallelism, misplaced modifiers, comma splices, subject-verb agreement, etc., […]

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    Other Self-Publishing Tips

    by Sabrina Editing

    Self-publishing can be a challenge. To do it successfully, you basically run the business of you. Below are some additional things, aside from the writing, editing, marketing, and conversion, to keep in mind.

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    Blogs Worth Reading

    by Sabrina Editing

    Below is a list of blogs that may come in handy. They cover grammar, writing, ebooks, and publishing. I’ve also included a few of my friends’ blogs. Some of them are informative, some are quirky, and all are worth looking at. Thoughts on Pages An EPublisher Confesses Cheapass Fiction Engrish Funny Shelf-Awareness Writers Village University Writers Write

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    Do Editors Really Edit?

    by Sabrina Editing

    My second panel at SLICE Conference consisted of another group of editors.

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    What Editors Think About Self-Publishing

    by Sabrina Editing

    Recently I attended the SLICE Conference, where I got to hear all about the ups and downs of self-publishing–from editors’ perspectives. 

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    How To Improve Your Grammar

    by Sabrina Editing

    When it comes to writing for a living, grammar is incredibly important. However, many people may not have learned about English grammar since middle school. So here are some common grammar rules that are not always easy  to remember. Read it here.

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