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FOR WRITERS: Finding Skilled Help

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FOR WRITERS

Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Kari Trenten:

“If you’re self publishing, what are the first steps to finding a good cover artist and formatter?”

I’d expand this to editor as well. :)

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2 thoughts on “FOR WRITERS: Finding Skilled Help”

  1. I think word of mouth works best, because you can look at the work and get a feel for whether it is something that appeals to you. As an editor, I get inquiries from authors who notice how well one of my client’s stories is doing (and thankfully my authors are happy to recommend me!). As a reader, I tend to notice when things AREN’T working, so I know who to steer clear of. Discussing with your colleagues the positives and negatives of their experience with a particular freelancer is probably the best way to research.

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