Engaging a developmental editor may require more communication in the beginning than some of the other editors you might hire. This is not overkill; it’s imperative they receive this information from you. They need to know what your goals, vision, and even your overall marketing plan are because they will be able to shape your content to fit that specific message.
When I do a developmental edit, I offer my writers several end-products when the edit is finished:
Not only will these things help guide you through your current manuscript, but they will give you a foundational system you can use for any book you write after your current writing project is published.
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