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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 5 days ago by Michael Stokes
Very helpful in specific ways, especially about writing a proposal.Published 20 days 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 1 month 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 4 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 4 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 7 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 9 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 10 months ago by Bobbi Linkemer