Margins, paragraph indents, font size and style. These all contribute to a professional looking book. Here is some advice to do it like a Pro.
Copy editing. The art of polishing the technical aspects of writing. Learn all you can, but always employ a copy editor.
Reviews can make or break an author. Good or bad reviews can be used as tools. Read them, understand them. But never argue with them.
To get the best out of your book, you will need to work with a developmental editor. It does come at a financial cost, but it’s worth every penny.
Beta reader feedback and self-editing. Now you must edit your manuscript and think about how to satisfy a sample of the reading world.
It’s time to share your work with beta readers. Work with them to fix readability issues before you pay for a professional editor.
The hard work comes when the book is finished. It’s time to self-edit. Read your words, change and amend. Give your manuscript the attention it deserves.
Advice on the three topics that must be addressed to successfully write a novel.
What route should you take to publish your novel? Traditional or Self-Published?
Writing aids. How much do they help a writer? Is there a chance of the author losing their voice to a computer program?