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Book Title: The LionheART Guide to Editing Fiction: US Edition|
The author of the book: Karen Perkins
ISBN 13: 9781910115084
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 739 KB
Edition: LionheART Publishing House
Date of issue: February 14th 2014
Read full description of the books The LionheART Guide to Editing Fiction: US Edition:The LionheART Guide to Editing Fiction is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to editing fiction in Word 2010.
Karen Perkins of LionheART Publishing House has helped over a hundred books come to publication in the past year alone, and whilst there are numerous comprehensive grammar guides out there, it is not always that easy to pick out the elements that are most useful to us as authors of fiction.
There are two options for getting this right: hiring an editor or doing it yourself. This guide is for authors who want to be intimately involved (and in control) of every aspect of their book. I wanted to compile a tool which is simple, easy to use and full of tips to help you decipher the punctuation and grammatical rules and apply them to your own work – without drowning you in information – whilst paying attention to current trends in the publishing industry. The areas I have highlighted are the ones I come across most often when editing and I also detail the method I use when editing and polishing a manuscript for publication.
Read information about the authorKaren Perkins is the author of six fiction titles in the Valkyrie Series of Caribbean pirate adventures and the Yorkshire Ghosts Series. All of her fiction titles have appeared at the top of bestseller lists on both sides of the Atlantic and she has sold over 50,000 books in her first two years as an independent author. Her first Yorkshire Ghost Story - Thores-Cross - is the silver medal winner for European Fiction in the 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
Karen’s latest book, Knight of Betrayal is her second novel in the Yorkshire Ghosts Series. Set in both 1170 and modern day, Knight of Betrayal focuses on the four knights – Hugh de Morville, Reginald FitzUrse, William de Tracey and Richard le Brett – who broke the sanctuary of Canterbury Cathedral to murder the Archbishop, Thomas Becket. Hiding out in Knaresborough Castle, the extreme level of their medieval sense of guilt and dishonour has horrific repercussions nearly a millennium later.
Karen is also the proprietor of LionheART Publishing House. Established to help and support Indie authors with the practical side of publishing their books, e.g. editing, formatting and professional cover design, Karen and her team have helped over two hundred books come to publication in the past three years.
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