If you are in New York…


My blogging friend Felicity Harley has a daughter, Sarah. She has her own company, based in New York City, USA.

Sarah is putting on a play she wrote. The theatre is called Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette Street, Astor Place, New York. NY1003

Here is a link to the theatre, and some information about the play.
On the 14th of September, the play opens, and tickets are $25.

Here is a clip showing an interview about the production, which is called ‘As Much As I Can’.

If any of my readers are going to be in that city on the 14th, try to get along to support the play.

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You Know You Need A Book Editor But You Can’t Afford One – by Derek Haines…

Great article

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

on Just Publishing Advice:

For most self-publishing authors, the answer is probably no.

The cost of developmental editing, copy editing and line editing are all very expensive. In a traditional publishing house, professional editors and proofreaders are part of a lengthy and costly book production process.

For independent authors, you can hire a freelance editor. But these editors who work on an hourly rate don’t come cheap either.

Any form of professional editing will cost you a lot of money. But editing books is essential before publishing. So, what can you do to prepare a clean manuscript?

Continue reading HERE

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