Dear-Editor.com is Giving Away a Free Edit
Former Harcourt editor, Deborah Halverson is celebrating the one-month anniversary of her new blog, Dear-Editor.com, with a Free Giveaway. It’s a “substantive edit” of an 85,000 word or less middle grade or young adult (teen) novel.
Disclosure: Deborah was my fabulous editor for Searching for Oliver K. Woodman.
Deborah Halverson has been working with authors—bestsellers, veterans, debut, and aspiring—for over fifteen years. The books she’s edited have garnered awards and rave reviews, and many of the aspiring writers she’s coached have landed agent representation and lucrative book deals.
Deborah walks the walk: She is the awarding-winning author of two teen novels, Honk If You Hate Me and Big Mouth (Delacorte/ Random House). With two novels and a decade as an editor with Harcourt Children’s Books under her belt, she is now a freelance editor, author, writing instructor, and founder of the writers’ advice website Dear-Editor.com. Deborah speaks extensively at workshops and conferences for writers. She edits adult fiction and nonfiction while specializing in teen fiction and picture books. For more about Deborah, visit www.DeborahHalverson.com.
See complete rules on Dear-Editor.com: Deadline April 14, 2010
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