Tag: publications

Editorial Tests – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

You’ve trained really hard, you’ve been working in your chosen field for years and life is good. Like any freelance professional you seek out new clients and, from time to time, may approach publishers to see if they have any vacancies in their freelance… Continue Reading “Editorial Tests – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”

How To Survive First Contact With Your Editor

Right, let’s admit something right at the start. Talking to someone you don’t know, even if it’s by email, is scary (don’t even get me onto phone calls!). We always worry about seeming too formal/informal/pushy/weak/ignorant etc. It can be worse when the communication is… Continue Reading “How To Survive First Contact With Your Editor”

Helping You To Help Yourself: Five Ways To Save You Money

When you hire an editor, did you know that there are certain steps you can take that will help them (for example, cutting out small tasks, which add up), and that in return will help you by cutting your bill? One of the things… Continue Reading “Helping You To Help Yourself: Five Ways To Save You Money”