“First, Do No Harm.”
Herein lies a truth for every editor. Do no harm. Not to an author’s work, nor to an author’s confidence. Realize that your job as an editor is to come alongside, to serve, to draw the best writing possible out of each author, but to do so with respect and kindness.
So how, you ask, does one become an editor? Check out the documents below to get started.
EEI: Newsletter (Editorial Eye)
GREAT BOOKS I’VE EDITED RECENTLY
WORDS, by Ginny Yttrup. An amazing writer, whose story and characters stay with you long after you’ve put the book down. There’s a reason Publisher’s Weekly called this novel “a masterpiece!” Don’t miss it!
NO SAFE HAVEN and RACE AGAINST TIME by Kimberley and Kayla Woodhouse. Amazing setting (Alaska), authors (a mom-daughter team, and the daughter’s only 14!), and story line (pure, page-turning suspense).
FEATURED AUTHORS TO CHECK OUT
UP-AND-COMERS YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS