Which Type of Editor do You Need?

Episode #018

Guest Speaker ~ Deborah Kevin 

“The role of a gifted developmental editor is to see what’s not being said between the lines. They help identify and pull all that yumminess forward and actually give you something that you say, “I wrote that.” That is the feeling you want to have when you work with an editor.” 
– Debby Kevin

Writers share their story to vocalize their internal voice. And, it is the role of an editor to guide the writer and showcase their excellence.

Deborah Kevin, founder of Highlander Press, joined me in the Pen to Paper Press Podcast studio for a two part educational conversation that is certain to entertain.

In part one, we discuss the various types of editors. Debby shares her pearls of wisdom to clarify the role of an editor and the vital services they provide. And, which type of editor you should run far, far away from.

Next week you’ll listen to part two (episode #019). Debby and I talk about the types of publishing companies and a few of the things writers can expect to do once their book have been published to keep the momentum of sales flowing.

Pour yourself an adult beverage and enjoy our creative imaginations. This educational conversation is centered on editing your works of art the best way we know how – imperfectly human.

Book Mentioned in Podcast:
You’ve Written Your Book – NOW WHAT?

As the founder and chief inspiration officer of Highlander Press, Deborah Kevin (pronounced “KEY-vin”) loves helping change makers tap into and share their stories of healing and truth. She’s guided dozens of authors to craft and publish impactful books of which they are proud. Debby, a graduate of Stanford University’s Novel Writing program, is currently pursuing a master’s degree in publishing at Western Colorado University. Her passions include travel, cooking, hiking, and kayaking. She lives in Maryland with her family and their puppy Fergus—that is when they’re not off discovering the world. highlanderpressbooks.com

We would love to read your reactions and thoughts about the topics we discussed. Did it resonate with you? Leave a comment below. To help us expand our audience, rate, follow, and review the podcast at podcast.pentopaperpress.com. Thank you.

Podcast music by Joseph McDade

*Amazon Affiliate Links. As an Amazon Associate I receive a commission from qualifying purchases