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Reedsy is a Session Sponsor for our 2017 London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe event.

Our online conference starts at 10am (London) on March 18th 2017 and runs continuously for 24 hours.

This indie author event is free to attend thanks to the generous support of sponsors like Reedsy.


Reedsy Sponsor of Indie Author Fringe

Reedsy is the foundry of bestselling books. They know that quality is the key aspect of any great book. That’s why they’ve built a marketplace of professional editors, designers and marketers, who can assist authors and publishers through every stage of the publishing process. However, they don’t just allow any-old-freelancer onto their roster. So far only the top 3% of applications have been accepted, ensuring that their professionals are a community of the best the industry has to offer.

Their ambition extends much further than simply connecting authors and publishers with the right professionals. They also provide a suite of collaborative tools that disrupts the collaboration process. In the near future, Reedsy will be able to assist publishers from the first word written on their manuscript, right through to typesetting, publishing and marketing the final book.

Finding readers is not just about reaching them, it’s about presenting your work when it’s in the best shape possible. And Reedsy know how to help.

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More information about Reedsy’s Free Book Editing tool.

A beautiful production tool that takes care of the formatting and conversion, before you have even finished writing.

Reedsy Promotional Offer

Claim your $20 Reedsy Credit by clicking here.

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Reedsy are sponsoring the “Editors Discuss Where Writers Go Wrong” session. 

Three professional editors join Ricardo Fayet in discussing the most common writing mistakes authors make in their first drafts and how not to make them. From craft topics — plot, characterization, point of view, dialogue, structure, voice — to grammatical mistake, the focus is on helping authors approach their work with more clarity and keep them from stumbling on common pitfalls.


 

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