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...
9 Questions To Ask Before You Pay Someone To Proofread Your Self-Published Book | Self-Publishing Relief
You’ve just finished writing your novel, memoir, or book of poetry and can’t wait to self-publish. But as a savvy writer, you know that your masterpiece needs an experienced proofreader to check spelling, punctuation, grammar, and style before you start the...
Don’t Let Bad Grammar Hurt A Good Self-Published Book
Every writer should develop the skills to proofread their own work. But sometimes, especially when you've invested so much energy and emotion into creating your book, it’s hard to see your own writing objectively. Of course, it's important to present a professional...
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