Writers are sensitive souls . . . and so are editors.

Successful, professional writers invariably acknowledge the support and advice they’ve received from their editors. The relationship should be a close and productive one; if it’s not, the writing will suffer.

But finding an editor you like and trust can take time. And so it should. Bad editors undermine and upset their clients.

I believe the trick is to intrude as little as possible when working on a draft. Nudges and winks can work wonders, and the editors I recommend have all written and published books themselves and know when to prompt and when to hold their fire.

If you are seeking the services of an editor, why not contact WriteAway Book Editing Services? If we feel we can help, we will say so!

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