Episode 140 How to work with your development editor. With Amanda Rutter and examples from The Centauri Survivors

July 27, 2019 00:57:03
Episode 140 How to work with your development editor. With Amanda Rutter and examples from The Centauri Survivors
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Episode 140 How to work with your development editor. With Amanda Rutter and examples from The Centauri Survivors
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Writers are becoming more convinced of the need to use professionals to help them with their work, and one of the essential members of the team is the Development Editor. But what do Development Editors do and how can they add value? In this episode I talk to my development editor Amanda Rutter who worked with me on my book The Centauri Survivors. We explore how writers should approach this stage of the edit, and how to get the best out of the relationship with your Development Editor.

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