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Karen Rowe – The Ins and Outs of Editing your Master Work

Thursday, january 1, 2014 – New Year’s replay -11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern

How many of you have been reading a book and stumbled across a typo?

Nothing kills credibility faster than mistakes in your book.

Readers will doubt your expertise; they will think, “If this person can’t even fix grammar and spelling, how good can she really be?” Why should I listen to her?”

[success]Read Karen’s blog post on Social Buzz Club, “Seven Best Practices of Editing Your Own Work” and get ahead of the curve on a quality product.[/success]

Karen will address the Ins and Outs of Editing your Master Work and show you the importance of:

  1. hiring a professional,
  2. hiring the right professional
  3. what you can do to save time and money before you submit your work
  4. how to maximize and leverage your relationship with your editor to create the best possible master work.
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More about Karen:

A two-time published author, Karen is the owner of Front Rowe Seat, a full service writing firm. She is an expert in nonfiction and can help you position yourself as a Leading Authority in your niche. Karen develops professionally written and designed books, done-for-you. She has ghostwritten books for some of the most fascinating people in the world, but she can’t tell you who any of them are. The key to a successful ghostwriter is absolute discretion. She can tell you that her clients include an actor, a retired FBI Agent, a Reality TV star, entrepreneurs with online empires and some of the top self-help leaders in the industry. Her mission is to help you find your voice and uncover your own unique and powerful story to create an instant connection with your marketplace.


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