If you're wondering whether fiction editing is for you, read this free 35-page guide to help you decide whether you're a good fit.
It's called Becoming a Fiction Editor and it's packed with information that will help you decide whether to take the plunge.
What will you learn about fiction editing?
You'll discover why it's different from non-fiction editing and how to ensure you're ready to serve those who write fiction.
> Preparing for a fiction editing career
> Types of fiction editing
> Fiction editing training
> Working with indie authors
> Working with publishers
> Being a visible fiction editor
> Is fiction editing right for you?
> A selection of free fiction editing resources
I hope you enjoy it! And don't forget to visit the Editor Resources page for lots more free advice, templates and booklets and webinars.
Louise Harnby is a line editor, copyeditor and proofreader who specializes in working with crime, mystery, suspense and thriller writers.
She is an Advanced Professional Member of the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading (CIEP), a member of ACES, a Partner Member of The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), and co-hosts The Editing Podcast.
Visit her business website at Louise Harnby | Fiction Editor & Proofreader, say hello on Twitter at @LouiseHarnby, connect via Facebook and LinkedIn, and check out her books and courses.
'Louise uses her expertise to hone a story until it's razor sharp, while still allowing the author’s voice to remain dominant.'
'I wholeheartedly recommend her services ... Just don’t hire her when I need her.'
J B Turner
'Sincere thanks for a beautiful and elegant piece of work. First class.'
'What makes her stand out and shine is her ability to immerse herself in your story.'
'A million thanks – your mark-up is perfect, as always.'