Good morning to all.
Although this post is speaking to traditional publishing some of these tips are good for any type of submissions.
I cannot tell you how many submissions I have to reject each week because people don’t…
* check and recheck their work
* Follow guidelines
* pay attention to detail.
It slows down the process and sets you up to fail.
Read this post and aim to do better in your writing in 2019.
The hard work isn’t over when you type “The End” on your final draft, nor does it finish after months of editing.
If you’re a writer who wants to see your manuscript published traditionally, you’ll need to work on a submission package for agents and publishers. If you want to give your MS the best chance of standing out in the slush pile, that should include avoiding these 6 submission mistakes.
Not Checking It Every time You Submit
You might think it’s over the top to double-check a submission before hitting send if you’ve read it a million times and know for sure it’s correct, but you know what? That’s what the typos want you to think.
Those little gremlins are always there, tricking your eyes. I sent off three submissions last week, and on the third one, I still found a typo even though I was positive the…
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