“I’ve done my own editing. It’s good as is.”

Writing a book is like having a baby. You conceive the idea, then nurture and pamper this creation through its development with gentle care. There are days when you want to pull out your hair, impatient for the process to be done and the day of delivery to arrive. And other days, you are so joyful of the progress and growth that you can hardly contain the excitement. Then the day comes when it’s here, it’s complete. And more likely than not, it has taken more than nine months. Exuberance! This is your creation. You almost don’t want to let it go. Most writers feel like this – until the editors and proofreaders arrive. A lot of writers, particularly the newer ones, will say, “Oh I’ve read it

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