Beth Crosby

Beth Crosby is a copy editor and writing coach with a background in newspaper journalism. She tells writers, “Never publish your first draft!”Beth works with writers, authors, and publishers. Her goal is to empower writers to share their messages by bolstering and encouraging them through writing coaching and editing. She believes that published blogs, articles, and books should be clear, concise, correct and consistent. Contact her today at beth@editorbeth.com to see how she can help you.
Five Ways You Can Start Writing Today

Five Ways You Can Start Writing Today

Five Ways You Can Start Writing Today Did you get what you wanted for Christmas? If not, you might have been on Santa’s naughty list. Or maybe you never finished the list. 1. Commit Completing a list is like maintaining accountability. Both are difficult, especially...

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You Are a Writer

You Are a Writer

Can You Call Yourself a Writer? Few of us have the courage or confidence to call ourselves writers. Instead we claim to be wannabe writers, novice writers, even “not really a writer, I just like to write.” Accept it. If you write for fun, in a journal, or to enlighten...

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Hire A Qualified Editor

Hire A Qualified Editor

Professional Self-Publishers Enlist Qualified Editors You want the right editor to prepare your manuscript for submission or publication. This month’s post suggests questions that will help you determine whether an editor is qualified and will be a good fit. Remember,...

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Nine Things to Consider When Writing a Book

Nine Things to Consider When Writing a Book

In the past month, several writers have contacted me with questions because they are almost finished writing the first draft of their manuscripts. If you fall into this category or think you might write—or still finish—a book, then this post is for you. First,...

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