Fiction Editing for Publication

There are three stages to fiction editing and these are listed below. Click the More Info button for... more info! 

1. Structural Editing

A structural edit involves looking at the bigger picture: plot, structure, character development; how does the story fit together?

2. Copy-Editing

Copy-editing involves a more in-depth check of the text before it is typeset to produce a proof copy (a trial print of the finished book).

3. Proofreading

The proof copy of the book is checked line by line for last-minute errors and omissions before publication takes place.
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