For anyone who follows me here and is also interested in my editing services, I thought I should share the news about my new editing website. I’ve upgraded my editing website from WordPress to Squarespace. The address, however, is the same: https://www.kendraolsoneditorial.com/. I’m still in the process of migrating my editing blog posts over, so those won’t appear just yet. Otherwise, I’m hoping to post more to this (WordPress) blog again, in the new year.
Thanks for reading!
I recently published a new blog post on my editing website. It discusses why self-publishing isn’t always faster or easier than traditional publishing. If you’re interested in reading it, you can do so here: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/2021/02/25/is-self-publishing-faster-and-easier-than-traditional-publishing/
I’ve got a new post on my editing blog, which you might be interested in. It’s about the writing and editing process, as it relates to self-publishing authors. Here’s the link: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/2020/06/25/the-writing-amp-editing-process-for-self-publishers/
Thanks for reading.
Have a great week.
Over on my editing blog, I’ve written a short reflective post that you may be interested in reading. If so, then you can find it here.
Take care and stay well.
I recently wrote a couple of blog posts for my editing website, but then forgot to post them here! The first post I wrote was about something that’s affected my creativity for some time now: fear. When I wrote this post, I wasn’t sure which blog to post it to. It seemed to fit over here better, but then the post came to me while thinking about my freelance editing business, so I added it over there instead. You’re welcome to read the post, if you’d like: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/2020/02/19/on-fear/
The second post I wrote was simply a short reflection on my editing business and new directions I might like to go in. You’re welcome to read that one too, if you’re interested: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/2020/02/26/february-reflections-on-new-directions/
All the best,
This post originally appeared on my editing website: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/blog/
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Have you written a mystery/suspense, dark fantasy or ghost story? If you have and you’re in need of developmental editing, then you could be in luck.
To celebrate Halloween, I’m offering a limited discount on my editing services for writers of mysteries/suspense, dark fantasy and ghost stories, or any story that contains a creepy element to it. The discount is ten percent off the cost of any full developmental edit, critique or outline review (see my Editorial Services page on my editing website for definitions of these services). The offer is available now and lasts until midnight on November 1st. The discount applies to any edit booked prior to then (even if the editing doesn’t take place until after the offer finishes). If you’re interested in taking advantage of this offer, get in touch with me via email: email@example.com with details of your project or visit my editing website’s Get A Quote page.
I look forward to discovering your stories!
I was recently interviewed by the talented author and poet Leslie Tate about my work as a developmental editor. You can read the interview here: https://leslietate.com/2018/10/5984/
Today I’m over on WriteRightEditing.co.uk talking about my experience of being edited and how (and why) I chose to become an editor.
For the writers and would-be writers who follow this blog, I’ve just uploaded a new resource to my editing website–a list of helpful books to get you started. Just scroll to the bottom of the page to download the free PDF titled ‘Books about the writing process’.
Over on my editing website I’m sharing part two of my Adventures in Book Mapping series and a #FREE book mapping template. If you’re a writer you might be interested in learning more about this helpful revision tool. Here’s the link: https://kendraolsoneditorial.com/2017/09/06/adventures-in-book-mapping-part-2/