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Anyone with a desire to write a serious non-fiction book and get it published will benefit from Thinking Like Your Editor.
As a published author, I picked up _Thinking Like Your Editor_ hoping to find a few ideas I could use for my next book proposal.
The examples make each of the points clear, and the examples themselves are interesting reading, as is the book in general.
When I bought "Thinking Like an Editor," I was really struggling with my manuscript. As I have been reading the book, it has continually opened and expanded my capacity... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Stokes
Very helpful in specific ways, especially about writing a proposal.Published 1 month ago by Nancy O. Nelson
a great book, with a really helpful glimpse at the industry that helps to determine the success of nonprofit book projectsPublished 2 months ago by AsburyAdam
This book addresses the structure and focus of your writing far more practically than anything else I've read. Highly recommended.Published 5 months ago by JC Trembath
While we might expect an editor's book to be well written, this one exceeds. It's efficient, clear and yet you want to read the details.Published 5 months ago by Still a Diamond in the Rough
This book is very well-written and contains very helpful information for whoever is planning on publishing their academic work. Read morePublished 9 months ago by blue
A very helpful and practical guide to getting your manuscript ready for an editor's review. I especially liked the sections on proposal preparation and the writing sample as part... Read morePublished 10 months ago by MBK
The authors of this book have many years of experience as book editors and literary agents. Some of the information reinforces what I know and do as an editor, but much of it is... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bobbi Linkemer