Thank you, Heather! I have really enjoyed being on your blog, sharing more information about being a Developmental Editor, and why it’s important part of publishing.
Please take a moment and check out the interview!
Your novel has been accepted, and the contract has been signed. The cover designer is hard at work putting together the images that will entice readers to pick your book off the shelf and at least read the back cover copy. You can breathe easy. The work is done.
Not by a long shot.
To make your book the best it can be, it will go through at least another round or two of editing. What is there to edit? I interviewed Erin Howard and Pam Harris, editors for Mantle Rock Publishing to find out what they do to help Mantle Rock authors prepare their books for launch.
Erin Howard – Developmental Editor
What exactly does a developmental editor do?
I look at the big picture of the book and then narrow in on the structure of that book. I look at the plot, themes, characterization, POV/voice, pacing/flow, dialogue, landscapes…
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