Last month, I was sick for the first time as a freelancer. It sucked, but I did learn (and relearn) some things about freelancing that I want to share with you.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I’m big on making sure you take care of yourself while you write and edit and work. If you need a break, take it; if you need resources, use them; etc. So I’m coming at you today with yet another important element of the writing, editing, and freelancing journeys: Celebrate your accomplishments.
As you might know by now, I’ve written a contemporary fantasy novel, and it’s currently being queried. But what was the process to get to this point?
New copy editors take time learning them; seasoned copy editors keep them in mind with every job. But I think it’s good for writers to know what the four c’s are, too. That way, when you send your project off to a copy editor, you have a good sense of what they’re doing. So what are the four c’s?
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.