Check out this great post from Kristina Stanley’s blog on story editing, copy editing and proofreading.
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In today’s publishing environment, it’s up to an author to ensure all the major steps of revision/self-editing have been completed.
After you’ve written your first draft, you’ll need to work your way through the revision process. So what are the different steps in self-editing fiction?
Here is our take on it. After you write your story, the first step is a story edit,followed by your rewrites. Then you’ll do a copyedit and finally a proofread. Story editing, copyediting, and proofreading…
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