Proofreading: A MUST for Newbie Writers
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 22 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Students will learn how to proofread and self-edit their books and why it's so important.
- Although a sample will be provided, having 2 to 5 pages of your own writing is recommended to identify some of your habits.
Have you finished your book? Ready to publish a blog? Releasing website content? Before you press that submit button and reveal your writing to the world, be sure to proofread and self-edit your material. Writers are often eager to publish and don't take the steps necessary to ensure that their writing presents themselves professionally. When you publish, you tell the world who you are! Be sure that you are telling them you are the expert not just in the content (the what), show this in the quality (the how).
- Independent Authors, Writers, Newbie Writers, Self-Publishers
A summary of the contents of this course including: why you must self-edit, and the types of edit work (including proofreading).
Thank you for tuning in to the entire course. As a bonus, I'm providing a detailed version of the checklist. Some like an actual checklist. Others want more details, what I described during the lecture. There is also a brief lecture on the need for multiple editors and another on "good" editor tactics.