Important Writing Lessons From First-Time Novelists

I love it when people help each other. Since starting my own freelance business, I have found help in almost every area of my business, from other editors and proofreaders that are willing to share their knowledge and tips. I am trying to return the favour, by sharing as much information as I can. I come across a lot of information, helpful tips etc in my research, so I share it here. I chose this article because I hoped it could help someone else.

This post was compiled and edited by Zachary Petit for the Writer’s Digest website. It was published in January 2014. Zachary Petit was he former senior editor of Writer’s Digest.

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