Q: Tell us about your book, Misunderstood. What is it about? Could you describe it in just a few sentences? A: Misunderstood is about growing up between places and cultures and how this affects young people. More importantly, Misunderstood articulates how these young people feel about their lives and experiences (in their own words) and… Read More Q&A with Summertime author, Tanya Crossman
Jane Dean, Editor-in-Chief at Summetime Publishing and Springtime Books, talks to Sue Lawrence about her remarkable book, Do you still have cleavage with just one breast? More…
If you’ve written your book, don’t take risks and think you need someone to just proofread your work – find an editor. From reading my previous two blog posts – So, you think you don’t need an Editor? Think Again, and Top Ten Tips for Editing like an Editor – you’ll know why. If you’re self-publishing… Read More I’ve written my book – how do I find an editor?
So how does an editor begin an edit and what do they look for? How can you, as a writer, edit your own work – before you send it to on to a professional editor for that final polish? TIP ONE: Think like an editor Every editor is different and will have a differing agenda… Read More Top Ten Tips for Editing Like an Editor
Jane Dean, Editor-in-Chief at Summetime Publishing and Springtime Books, talks to Simone Torres Costa about her latest book, Deconstructing Brazil, Beyond Carnival, Soccer and Girls and Small Binkinis Q: Tell us about your book. What is it about? Could you describe it in just a few sentences? A: The book questions the superficial idea of Brazil… Read More Q&A with Simone Torres Costa, Author of Deconstructing Brazil
Depending on what you’re writing, how good a writer you are, whether you’ve published before or you’re working on your first manuscript, you should work with an editor at some point before publication. If you read the acknowledgements in any bestseller, you’ll realize that the most prolific writers in the world often have a whole… Read More So, You Don’t Need an Editor? Think Again
Springtime Book’s editor-in-chief, Jane Dean, talks to Madeleine Lenagh about her inspirational debut book, Passage of the Stork, delivering the soul. Madeleine talks about how she came to write the book, its message and how she plans to get it noticed. Read the Interview here. About the Book