Content marketing is an effective way to advertise and promote your books. Using content such as newsletters, e-letters, blogs, vlogs, e-books, white papers, infographics, checklists, and how-to guides can help you attract readers before your book is even released....Read More
College students have a lot on their plates. They have midterms, finals, classwork, work study, internships, and other activities, such as football practice or band rehearsal. But even though the life of a college student is busy and challenging, being in college...Read More
It's easy to spend large amounts of money publishing a book. I know you’ve heard stories of self-published authors who have written books and ended up losing money while unread books were piled high in their garages. But, publishing a book doesn’t have to be an...Read More
Do you find that your unfinished book just sits undone, unread and unloved? Has your book been sitting undone for months or years? If you want to get your book finished and available for someone to read, try putting yourself on a schedule. Creating a schedule will...Read More
It can be quite easy to rely solely on beta readers or peer review to perfect your manuscript. Some writers may even contact an editing enthusiast, which is someone who has a passion for editing and enjoys pointing out errors, but does not have any professional...Read More
1. Invest in grammar-checking software, such as Grammarly, Ginger, or ProWritingAid. Although this doesn’t replace having a human editor check your work (no editing software can replace professional editing), Grammarly will help you keep track of your errors and...Read More
1. Spend more time researching your target audience. Be clear about who your target audience is and what frustrates them. Focus on why your audience needs you, and stick to one audience from start to finish. Don’t confuse your reader by covering everything under...Read More
1. Print out your work. Screens tire the eye, causing you to gloss over errors. Editors often print everything out so that they can catch errors better. 2. Use a blank sheet of paper to cover up all text except for one line. By looking at one line at one time, you...Read More
Who we are
Shana Murph is a dedicated and experienced professional writer and career editor with over twenty years of experience in the industry. Throughout her exceptional career, Shana has worked for a number of major education and Christian book publishers as an editor and project manager, in addition to maintaining a successful freelance career.
Revise and Rewrite Editorial, P.O. Box 27594, Philadelphia, PA 19118.