AN INTERVIEW WITH AN EDITOR – KEVIN BOOTH

I am thrilled to announce that author Chele Cooke’s interview with me regarding my editing work has just gone up on Ben Galley’s blog Shelf Help. I talk about the role of the freelance editor in the new publishing environment and the professional challenges facing authors who opt for the independent publishing route. It’s also packed with advice for authors who are considering their options about who to choose as an editor for their novel.

an intelligent  fantasy about saving the environment

Drawn together from parallel universes, Jade and Kreh-ursh must fight to halt the destruction of their worlds.

Remember that Through the Whirlpool is free to download at Kobo and Smashwords. It is now also available on Apple’s ibooks, Barnes & Noble’s Nook and many other online retailers. Visit Poble Sec Books for a full list of our retailers. Sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates on new publications.

An intelligent fantasy about saving the environment

As their worlds collide, Jade, Kreh-ursh and Geh-meer fight to save those whom they love.

Twilight Crosser, the sequel to Through the Whirlpool is available to pre-order at the following retailers: Kobo, Smashwords and ibooks. It will be available at Amazon and Nook from 15 November 2013.

Happy reading and writing!

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About Kevin Booth

Kevin Booth pens contemporary and LGBT-themed fiction, often about Barcelona and its history, such as in his first novel, Celia's Room. He also writes about the city’s art and architecture in the BCN Free Art guides. As K. Eastkott he has created an environmentally focussed ocean fantasy exploring non-Eurocentric worlds, the Jewel Fish Chronicles. He combines writing with work as a translator and editor. View all posts by Kevin Booth

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