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Master Self-Publishing to Make Money - Editing

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Master self-publishing and make money! Session 2 Guest: Susan Malone of In this session, we will discuss editing. ~ Importance of editing ~ Types of editing ~ Finding a professional editor ~ What to expect from your editor ~ The cost to edit I have been bombarded with requests for assistance with publishing. So in addition to my detailed training videos (visit, I will be conducting monthly online chats. The one-hour sessions will include information about writing, publishing and marketing your book. Call 347.934.0325 during the chat to ask questions. SUSAN MARY MALONE With a BS in Political Science and minors in English and Journalism, Susan Mary Malone's professional background includes working as an editor, columnist and reporter for newspapers and magazines. In business since 1993, her edited books have been featured in Publishers Weekly, and won numerous awards. Her clients include NY Times Bestselling author Mary B. Morrison, and Essence Bestselling author Naleighna Kai. Other notable edited books include: The Things I Could Tell You (Jeremy Woodson was nominated for an NAACP Literary award); O'Brien's Desk (a Publishers Weekly Spring Pick to Watch); Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea Party (made into a Hallmark film), among many others. With many published works to her credit, Editor Susan Mary Malone applies her skills at editing books to her own book writing, and those of her clients. Susan's success as an award-winning book author of both fiction and nonfiction, as well as her short stories, is highlighted in the list of her works below. She also participates as speaker at many literary conferences, including the Harriett Austin Writer's Conference (at the University of Georgia), the Blue Ridge Writer's Conference, the SouthWest Writer's Conference, and the upcoming Golden Triangle Writer's Conference, among others.