You have finally finished your book, and you are delighted with the results. You have rewritten it at least a dozen times. The characters are alive in your head, or your nonfiction book conveys the facts just as you hoped, and you long to get published.

Writers assume that an agent or editor will handle the editing and revisions. Too many times, a writer will email submissions and enclose material, which truly isn’t ready for an agent, and certainly, not for a book editor.

Not every writer has the appropriate connections necessary to obtain practical and editorial suggestions. They may not be able to cover all of the following important issues: Characters (major and minor character development), descriptions, plots, subplots, action, scene development and setup, suggestions for revisions, climaxes, book proposal reviews (nonfiction), and other items.

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