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Steps to Publishing — Content Editing
Continuing with Steps to Publishing, Content Editing would be Step Three.
What is a Content Editor?
A Content Editor is an editor who will read your story and work with you on clarity, inconsistencies, plot holes and flow, and basic readability.
They will work with you to help you determine the correct genre, make sure your story is believable, and basically, help your story be the best it can be.
A Content Editor is a Developmental Editor. They help you develop your story. It can make a huge difference in the way your story is perceived by the reader.
A person who focuses on content is NOT typically a Copy Editor, and vice versa.They might do minor line edits and proofreading. However, their expertise is content, storyline, and flow.
The Copy Editor will then do the final polish.
Check out Bridge to Story for Content Editing. EJ Runyon will help you make your story shine.
Tomorrow — What is a Copy / Line Editor?
(A sneak peek of the definitions of each ahead of my daily posts can be found on my website: http://www.rogenamitchell.com/steps-to-publishing.html)
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