Choosing a book editor can be stressful. Is one editor actually worth their asking price or can you get a better return on your investment somewhere else? I not only want to teach you about the differences in professional editing services—because there are a lot—but I also want to give you a standardized way to test two editors and choose the one who will truly give you the best return on your investment. So what does a book editor do? It seems simple, there are editors who edit books , right?
The UWC is not responsible for changes in contact information. We neither endorse nor recommend any editor. Contact the editors to establish protocol and pay rates. Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.
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