15 August 2013

Top 5 irritating habits of editors - And how freelance writers can handle them

On a whim they can subject us to torture of the vilest bilge. On a fancy they can deny us the pleasure of a beautiful composition. They control what comes into the market and what remains. They are the demi-gods of the publishing industry. They are, of course, the Editors.

Where would the writing world be without these paragons of the paragraph? They are the proverbial woman behind the successful man, the unsung heroes of the war of words. It takes a lot to be an editor and then some to be a great one.

Writers interact with editors on a daily basis: when querying, when speculating, when being profusely...

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