This is the second part of this post. Well worth checking the first. Some great advice and insight to what an author should look for in a proofreader.
Why you book needs a proofread – Part 2
Last week Julia chatted about what a proofreader was and why you need one. Today we continue with ways to choose the right proofreader for you. Read Part 1 post here http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-99t
Making your book as error-free as possible before publication is essential in today’s flooded market. New writers with no experience in the industry may not know exactly what a proofreader does, or how to find a good one. Today I’ve asked one of the UK’s top proofreaders, Julia Gibbs (@ProofreadJulia on Twitter) to help writers through this stage of the publishing process.
Even more helpful, concise hints about proofreading.
How much should writers expect to pay?
I would say, look around, get an idea of the range of prices being charged. See what you feel comfortable with. By the way, I charge per thousand words, and not by the hour; this…
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