Years ago, editors at publishing houses acquired books and then worked with their authors to perfect them. Today in-house editors are under such pressure to enhance their employers’ bottom lines that they have little or no time to develop books. They often can’t acquire a novel unless it lands on their desks in near-perfect shape, or a nonfictionproject unless the proposal is irresistible, the idea surefire, and the book presold into its market. In this difficult environment, more and more writers—first-timers and established authors alike—are relying on independent editors to help bring their projects to fruition.
The editors of Words into Print are committed to helping you develop, revise, and polish your work to sell. After we have worked together, we can also guide you through the publishing industry, helping you write query letters, identifying appropriate agents and publishers, and finding the most promising route to publishing success. We invite you to browse through our site to learn more about us and what we do.
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