Today's guest post comes from our friends at Regent Editing
“I can't see any flaw in this book!! I revised it three times, would you believe? Is there any problem with this book or the publisher's choice is sour?” The anger and frustration were clearly evident on the raging face of my friend who had completed writing his book in the span of two years and now stalked the doors of the publishing houses. When I met Harry, I stopped wondering why is it tough to find the faults or scrutinize your own work. Here are few of the reasons that I have observed why a writer could not find mistakes in his book:
You would find infinite ways that just don't make it possible for you to edit your book all by yourself. You might not be that perfect in critiquing your work or evaluating things from the other side of the table. Well, you must do that if you wish to get it published and turn it into a best seller this year!
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