You have reached the end of your manuscript, and it’s ready for another pair of eyes; it’s time to hire an editor. Harrison Demchick, developmental editor for The Writer’s Ally, recently shared his advice on hiring an editor on The Write Conversation.
In his post, “4 Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Editor,” Harrison covers what kind of editor you need, when you need them, evaluating an editor’s competency, and why an experienced editor is worth the investment.
For a fast and simple guide to hiring an editor that will help you get your manuscript in shape and ready for publication, check out Harrison’s full post on The Write Conversation. Harrison offers advice on developmental, copy, and line editors and how to make the most of your investment.
Harrison Demchick came up in the world of small press publishing, working along the way on more than two dozen published novels and memoirs, several of which have been optioned for film. He is an award-winning, twice-optioned screenwriter, and the author of literary horror novel The Listeners. He’s part of The Writer’s Ally team as a developmental editor of fiction and memoir, for which he’s currently accepting new clients.