Renni Browne, once senior editor for William Morrow and other companies, left mainstream publishing in 1980 to found The Editorial Department, a national book-editing company.
Dave King is a contributing editor at Writer's Digest. He also works as an independent editor in his home in rural Ashfield, Massachusetts.
This is such a great guide for self-editing. I hate commas, but this book helped tremendously. As a self-published author, I still have my work professionally edited but this makes... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Linda Kennedy - Author of Brooke's Miracle - Harris Family Series
Good but a bit lite. Sol Stein's book is better, but this one is not bad. Lots of good examples of the dos and don'ts and includes a chapter on "Proportion" that Stein did... Read morePublished 14 days ago by The Texas Clan
Best book on editing I've seen. I'm starting at page one of my 440 page novel, making changes as I go.Published 14 days ago by Norma Schofield
I already have the original version of this book and found it a fantastic resource for editing your manuscript. When I saw a revised version, I immediately ordered it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Thomas E. Temple
Was recommended to me by historical fiction author Lynn Austin. She has a mantle full of Christie Awards, so I heeded her advice without question. Read morePublished 25 days ago by CreativeXianMan
This is a concise, well written (and well edited) book for writers. I found myself reading a chapter then going straight to my manuscript to check on the points made in that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kameel Nasr