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Why You Need An Editor Or Proofreader—BEFORE You Self-Publish | Self-Publishing Relief

Why You Need An Editor Or Proofreader—BEFORE You Self-Publish | Self-Publishing Relief

Writer, you know your book manuscript backward, forward, inside and out. And why shouldn’t you? You’ve edited and proofread every line so often, you’re probably seeing bright red proofreading marks in your sleep. But before you self-publish your book, the grammar gurus at Self-Publishing Relief have a few words of advice: Hire an editor or… Continue Reading

Q&A: How To Properly Attribute Published Work In A Self-Published Collection | Self-Publishing Relief

Q&A: How To Properly Attribute Published Work In A Self-Published Collection | Self-Publishing Relief

Once you’ve assembled the poems or short prose you want to have in your self-published collection, the next step is to review the acknowledgments info you should also include. Any works in your collection that have been previously published in literary journals should note the details about that publication credit. The formatting experts here at… Continue Reading

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