How To Become A Self-Published Author in 101 Steps

Here’s a fun post I came across on Change It Up Editing’s Facebook page.

How to Become A Self-Published Author in 101 Easy (Hard) Steps

The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls.

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Editing Processes Explained

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Wouldn’t it be lovely if we could get the plot lines in our stories, the characters, themes, and prose all colour coded and neatly lined up so we can see everything clearly within our narrative structures and know exactly what, how and where to edit.

Unfortunately life isn’t like that, and neither are manuscripts. That’s why the world has editors. Here’s a post I found on Change It Up Editing the other day, which explains the difference between Proofreading and Copy Editing.

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