One day only!
Editors and book coaches: How do you decide where to focus your feedback when looking at a writer's pages? Do you find yourself spending hours and hours on a short submission, commenting on every little (and big) thing you see? Are you worried that your feedback might overwhelm the writer? Do you wonder whether the kind of feedback you're giving is even helpful for the writer? Do you question whether this work is worth your time and energy?
Join Jennie Nash and Laura Franzini as they teach a one-day class on how to edit smarter, not harder. Using the Hierarchy of Editorial Concerns and the SLICE Method, you will learn how to edit quickly and effectively, revolutionizing your business. You will learn how to evaluate what feedback the writer needs most, and how to communicate it in a way that speaks to them – and doesn't waste your time.
The class will be held Friday, Sept. 7, at 10:30 AM Pacific. When you sign up, you get access to the live event on September 7, plus a complete lesson on the Hierarchy of Editorial Concerns and SLICE Method to use when coaching your next client.